Okay, I found one more image that worked from yesterday’s rose garden outing. Also, there is an image I had high hopes for, but in the end doesn’t work for me. The more interesting part to me is the action that happened where i wasn’t looking (or focused for that matter). Oh I wish I had seen it when it was going down! That is the one drawback to the remote shutter release. 🙂
This is not my photograph. It’s my six-year-old daughter’s! On Sunday, during our walk to farmer’s market, she was very interested in shooting her flowers. This is one of the images. I think she chose a great subject and a killer background for it. It almost looks like a studio setup. Rather, it was in someone’s yard. I better look out, that kid will be passing me up soon enough. 🙂
The “other” decent image from my photo-walk last night. I’m a fan of the translucent petals and reflective tips. While I was taking these, the ower of the the house was leaving in the car. I always wonder how people feel when I’m camped out shooting their flowers. They never said a word before they drove off into the sunset (and cast a brief shadow on the roses).
I captured this frost and ice covered rose just before sunrise.