If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden ~Frances Hodgson Burnett
And I say No two springs are the same.
Spring the season.
For Weekend 74, I am presenting images from earlier springs. This year the wet and cold weather didn’t allow the crouses to fully bloom and so far I haven’t seen a bee. It snowed for last two days and temperature is around zero. Time to enjoy images from archives 😀
Hope you all are having relaxing weekend.
The key is the beauty not the size.
She bent on knees wondering
how one day of sunshine
put hundreds of smiling crocuses
You are where you need to be. Just breathe
Here are my photos to Brenda’s “a photo study: low angle“. I have thoroughly enjoyed her post. It comprises of nice explanation and fantastic photos. A good way to learn a new topic in photography.
My understanding of low angle photography is summariazed in the following points:
- A different perspective to create unique compositions.
- Camera is either beneath the subject or looking up at it.
- Crouching and kneeling are very common positions but sometimes one might have to lie down to get a “worm’s eye view”.
- Or otherwise looking up at the subjects above us.
- Changing the angle can have big impact on the composition.
- The most important is to find an unusual viewpoint.
Yesterday I was on a “point of depature” tour, the aim was “Low angle photography”. I got some interesting shots and shall write a new post involving the concept “point of depature”.
Hope you enjoy the photos 🙂
Saffron or no saffron Crocuses are beautiful!
She was Oblivious to near future.
While exploring the scarce signs of spring.
The pictures are taken this afternoon 😀
In my first entry I will showcase spring as of now and will come another post with theme colour “green”.