Tulip magnolias and a message

The other day, I took some shots of tulip or saucer magnolias (Magnolia x soulangeana to be exact) with different exposures.

For the first, I used the “correct” settings:

Aloft

For the second, I changed the shutter speed for a different look:

Springtime dance  {explore--thank you!}

Experimenting is so much fun in photography.

Finally, I’d like to wish a very Happy Birthday to my husband, the sweetest man I know. My life got better the instant we met, and I am forever grateful. I love you, honey.

{ms. pearl}

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13 Responses to Tulip magnolias and a message

  1. flyinggma says:

    Love the photos and the different exposures. Both offer unique perspectives in color.

    Happy Birthday to “Mr. Pearl”. Great husbands are such a blessing. I’ve had mine for 28 years 🙂

    Sending blessings your way on this special day, Jeanne

  2. mindymilburn says:

    Happy Birthday to hubby and beautiful photos, as always!!

  3. Meri says:

    Dear Carole,

    What a beautiful and sweet post.
    Thank you for sharing with us your thoughts.
    Wishing you a happy weekend,
    X.X.X.
    Meri

  4. Caroline says:

    This is so cute.
    And I love the pictures too. The second one makes them look like Japanese cherry blossoms.

  5. 36x37 says:

    Aw. Happy birthday to your hubby. What a sweet sentiment. I’m so glad you two are so happy together.

    Love the shots. Can’t wait to see magnolias in my town!

  6. Kame says:

    Beautiful…it looks like Sakura

  7. Lady Jennie says:

    Happy Birthday Mr. Pearl!

    The second photo looks like … I don’t know, a Japanese painting? An English tea set?

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