Macro Monday #57

(click to enlarge to full size) Also known as Queen Anne’s lace this is a dainty, frothy wildflower. Unlike cultivated carrots, the wild carrot’s root is tough and stringy and not particularly palatable.¬†Wild carrot can be often be found growing on grassland, cliffs, roadsides and in hedge banks. Wild carrot flowers in the summer (JuneContinue reading “Macro Monday #57”

garden photography: monochrome

Well it is February and the start of a new theme. If you want to add a new dynamic to your photography then try adding pattern, form and texture. Often¬†converting an image to black and white brings out something of interest, be it patterns or textures, that somehow get overlooked by colour. You can useContinue reading “garden photography: monochrome”