Friday, 26 January 2018

Snowdrops and Scenes

There had been a lot of rain overnight in the Parkland, hence the raindrops on the snowdrops buds.
This is the natural way to photograph such subjects rather than taking a bottle of water with you and sprinkling it on the flowers such as they suggest in the photographic magazines.

















20 comments:

  1. Lovely scenes from the 'damp' parkland Roy, and a nice set of 'au naturel' Snowdrop images.

    Don't read too many of those photo mags...they'll addle your brain!...[;o)

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  2. Hey Roy..The natural way of photographing water drops is definitely more appealing. At the moment here the drops are in the form of ice lol! Beautiful shots as per usual. :)

    Grace

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  3. VAU! Mitä? Onko siellä jo lumikelloja???

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  4. Lovely snow(drops) and nice blue skies :-). Of course the natural way is the best Roy!

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Marianne

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  5. I can never believe how early the Snowdrops bloom for you.

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    1. Always nice to see them FG, means Spring is not far away.

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  6. We can only dream of snowdrops here in Ontario. Still a lot of winter left yet!

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  7. Hello Roy,
    that's fun to watch .. spring can come
    Greetings Frank

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  8. Hi Roy.. Beautiful set of pictures and lovely header.. Happy weekend..

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  9. Wonderful to see the snowdrops (and aconites, plus the occasional crocus). Gorgeous photos.

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  10. These are beautiful and everything looks so green! I would never have thought of taking a bottle of water along to spritz the flowers for photos. Now I'll be suspicious every time I see a water dripping flower photo :-)

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