Spring has finally arrived in Chicago, after a long and unusually harsh winter.
Yes, these are “flowers”—so difficult to see and photograph in a way that is fresh, that’s not similar to the thousands of images already housed in the data banks of our mind’s eye. Their abundant beauty is so welcome, however, that I can’t help but try to express that experience.
Click on any image above to view large as slide show (with 5 second pause between each.)
Panasonic DMC-FZ40; 1/25 sec @ f7.1, ISO 100 (handheld);
Focal length: 8.5mm (47mm EFL)
Nikon D300 ; 1/125 sec (handheld);
AF-S Nikkor 18-200 mm f/3.5–5.6 G ED plus
Canon 500D Close-Up Lens
Gorgeous. Love how the wall and the tree blends! It feels so intimate…
All the best,
Thank you, Roland. That harmony—in the quiet light just before a rain shower—was exactly what caught my eye while driving by. I just had to turn the car around and stop to take a photograph. 🙂