A fungi to photograph with?

Posted on October 20, 2020 by Admin under autumn, macro, Nikon 105 f2.8
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Photography for a fungi? This autumn I decided to try my hand at a different type of subject – the mushrooms and fungi that pop up in our woodlands at this time of year.

Peachy: to cure butterfly eyes

Posted on February 24, 2013 by Admin under contemplate, D90, floral, macro, Nikon 105 f2.8, peachy, petals, rose, savour, texture, velvet

Take a moment to do something we so rarely find time for in our lives.  Take time to look.  But not just to look. Take time to really see.   Look at a rose.  Take a while.   Can you feel the velvet touch of the petals? Almost smell the delicate perfume? It’s sumptuous, its sensuous. […]

Be mine, Columbine

Posted on February 11, 2013 by Admin under backlit, Colin Kemp, Columbine, flower, macro, Nikon 105 f2.8, petals, pink, Sonning Creatives, valentine, yellow

Valentine’s day is coming fast and roses are everywhere.  But whether it’s my cheesy alliteration  or the sheer joy I got when I saw this on the camera LCD – it’s this shot of a Columbine with which I want to say ‘Be Mine’. So why the passion?  Well, sorry to be a camera geek, […]

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