These pictures were taken two years ago when I got my DSLR. I captured almost every visible flower related object in the garden then. I wanted to share some more funny pictures but I shall not bore you.
I am in photography (as an art) for last three years, in the beginning shooted with my mobile Samsung s3 and a year later got Nikon D3200. Clicking OK sort pictures from Samsung was an achievement in itself. Then with Nikon, one step ahead 😀 In marathi we have an idiom, “adheech ulhas tyat falgun maas”, translation would be like, “good weather added even more to our enthusiasm “. I could relate it to me.
What have I learned apart from being happy in these three years is a real question!
Inspired by Sunday Trees
Once someone asked me, “Are you always in nature”.
I realised, why not? Why can’t I be in nature at least “when I wish”?
As Lord Byron says, “There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more. Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.Nature always wears the colors of the spirit”
According to my philosophy, shopping can be done when needed in any kind of weather, whether it’s everyday grocery or a party dress. For being in nature and to capture moments I have some restrictions and follow some rules.
So when the weather permits and is not bad (saying good is difficult even for weather forecast department these days 🙂 ) I try to be in nature instead of being part of “the” crowd in shopping centres or being couch potato or reading all stereotype forwarded messages on social media.
Here I am presenting Collage of roses: Part1 a few takes from yesterday’s visit to local rose garden. Unfortunately I can only share the pictures not the fragrance.
Gateway to heaven:
Last Sunday I visited the local Botanical garden. It was rose day but due to non stop rain for more than three weeks, the flowers suffered a lot.
Actually on Sunday we made a new record of consecutive rainy summer days. This june is the most wettest June, earlier it was recorded in 1952. It’s raining every day including today 🙂 . Anyways, I managed to take some pictures and I hope you would like them.
You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream~C.S. Lewis
In response to Becca’s Nurturing Thursday