Tag Archives: natural light
Sometimes. . .
. . .just a Perfect Mason Ball jar filled with apricot-colored tulips will do.
Azaleas are blooming all over the place in the D.C. area, and they are extra-beautiful this year. I was afraid rain and possible tornadoes(!) would decimate them last night, but nothing materialized–yay. These are growing along the driveway next to … Continue reading
How about some more tulips?
Sorry for the redundancy, but those purple tulilps from the other day seemed to be calling me when I went into the dining room. Hope you enjoy…. I don’t take tons of shots, but I do try different angles. I started … Continue reading
Let’s pretend it’s spring…
…if only for a moment. A bouquet of pink roses to help you forget the ice and snow in many parts of the world. Spring is just around the corner, right? Oh, it is the best season in the D.C. area–azaleas, … Continue reading
Stems and stuff
I took several shots of some lilies yesterday and finally settled on this image. Then I noticed sunlight hitting the stems and photographed them for a change. Sounds crazy, but I kind of like this shot…. Two more takes on the lilies: … Continue reading
Finding some green
It’s been really cold lately, so I was surprised to see this bit of green in the backyard. I don’t mind cold weather, but I’m weary of the icy winds we’re having. We had a little bit of snow on … Continue reading