I took this photo in Italy. I converted the image to black & white because I felt like it would make the shot stronger. I believe in monochrome that the flowers look delicate but strong.
I was interested by the bee that had just landed on the flower.
I took this photo when I visited a winery in the Tuscany Region. I was interested by the vivid flower set against the stunning background.
I was testing out different ISO settings on my camera when I went for a walk one day. I originally took this photo because I thought that the flower was beautiful and ethereal. Now I’m interested by the way the light in the background looks like shimmering diamonds.
Sometimes, nature is so beautiful that you forget that it is real. I took this photograph near dusk. The way the light is hitting the flowers adds a bit magic to this shot.
I took this photo in Italy. I converted this photo to black & white. I felt that it added to the mysterious/dramatic mood.
“Flowers don’t worry about how they’re going to bloom. They just open up and turn toward the light and that makes them beautiful.” ~Jim Carrey I saw this quote recently and loved the meaning behind it. Your inner strength/outlook on things definitely affects your attitude. Looking for the good and having a positive outlook in life will only makeContinue reading “Positive Outlook”
I took this photo in Italy. Nature is such a beautiful subject to photograph. I was drawn to this budding flower because it looked like it was about to share a secret.
I took this photo in Tuscany, Italy. I love taking photographs of nature, especially flowers. They are beautiful and possess a quiet strength.
I’ve been taking photos where the majority of the subject is out of focus. I like how the blur adds a dreamy, abstract feeling to the photo. It’s also adds a bit of mystery because it’s unexpected and a bit different from what we usually see.