Nothing to say about this photograph. Just a green plant in focus.
Sunday is a great day for me. A relaxing day. It mostly consists of me being on my laptop all day either playing Minecraft, browsing about or editing my photographs. Well, so far I’ve done all three. And this is the third part. I edited a photo. It’s a photo I took a long time back in my local park. It just shows you how many great photos you can have and yet you don’t realise it.
This one is called “Insect Roller Coaster” simply because… well… think about it! This is a dying plant of some sort and it has curled round so the thought of a little roller coaster comes to mind, made for little insects…
This was one f the photos I took whilst in my local park today. Just a normal daffodil apart from the fact that half of its petals are gone and yet it shines so brightly. So, the impression of its “last chance” comes to mind…
This is a completely natural photography with no editing. It was another one I too on one of my magical photography inspirational expeditions. (Or as I like to call it, PIE. ) I called it “Buddy” because of what it is, the buds of a tree, the true sign of Spring!
Yet another photo I took on my expedition to the magical land. Just another flower you may think, but let your imagination go a little bit further. Below these chandelier like bluebells, lies a ballroom, the ballroom for the Ugly Bug Ball where many bugs and insects celebrate their differences and uniqueness and have a great time.
I call this one, “Is it time yet?” because of the after effect of the editing process. To me, I though the cross process effect and the fancy focus helped make the main (artificial) flower look as if it’s ready to perform, as if it’s been waiting a long time for this moment.