Perspective: A Rose after the Rain.

From my immediate, personal perspective the rain today was annoying as it put us off going for a walk. However, my perspective changed when I saw how beautiful the raindrops looked on this newly formed rose…… …….and also on this emerging Marguerite : No rain, no flowers! This post was Read more…

A Child’s Love of Flower Photography.

We have a promising young photographer in the family. She is seven years old and loves flowers. I haven’t seen her due to lockdown and social distancing, but she has been sending me lots of photographs of the flowers in her garden and in her local park. I’m proud to Read more…

Roses: CULTIVATED AND WILD.

More Lockdown Photography. I’ve been taking lots of photographs in our small garden recently, due to lockdown. It’s been revelation to me just how much there is to admire and enjoy in our garden, in our village and within a few miles of home. My car still has over half Read more…

First Rose of 2020 and Bud ©HelenBushe

CFFC: Sense of Smelling.

I’m still photographing this first rose of 2020 in the garden. I’ve been watching it carefully since its tiny bud emerged. It’s scent is amazing. I can find no other images that so much suggest scent for this week’s challenge from Cee, so this will stand alone. To see much Read more…

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