I havenâ€™t touched my camera in a whole week!
Actually, thatâ€™s not true, Iâ€™ve touched it; I just havenâ€™t taken any pictures with it.
Itâ€™s not that Iâ€™ve been preoccupied with some other activity or anything; I just havenâ€™t been out much lately.
I still have over a thousand pictures waiting to be uploaded on to flickr.
And Iâ€™m still putting my spectacular Pride pictures together. Meanwhile…
I went back to review pictures from my flower set, to try and get motivated again to get out there.
I think everyone goes through the â€˜flowerâ€™ phase when they get their first DSLR,
and then probably the â€˜birdsâ€™ phase â€“ I just donâ€™t have the patience to shoot birds yet, unless you count swans and ducks.
I’ve shot quite the variety of flowers, most of which I couldn’t even name…
Foxgloves remind me of tiny bells, soundless pretty purple bells.
I love this rose because itâ€™s imperfect, not unlike human beings; itâ€™s flawed and beautiful.
Itâ€™s a pity they donâ€™t last forever, at least we have pictures to remember them by long when theyâ€™re goneâ€¦ wilted and dead.
This is one of my favourite pictures because itâ€™s full of promise and potential, reminds me of new beginnings.
Dahlias are the most exquisite of them all!
How perfect are these tiny petals with pink buds?
A pink rose.
Looks and feels like soft fluffy wool, kind of like this post.
Iâ€™ve been fascinated by bird feeders lately, I guess because they look like perfect little houses.
Tomorrow, I’ll go out and take a picture of something beautiful.
I need to go far away from my place to shoot a lovely flower like you did, but I guess that I’ll be needing to save up some money to make it happen. So for now, my focus is with a people and street view which is less colorful.10 October, 2010 at 7:49 am