Well here’s one from the past, October 2010 to be exact. While we may be in the first few days of Summer Ireland is just stepping out of the wettest and coldest April since 1989. May is not starting off much better unfortunately but I live in hope of a nice summer.
This was captured during an early morning walk while visiting Cavan a couple of winters ago. It was one of the coldest winters on record for Ireland with snow and ice. It was brilliant 🙂 The frost was so delicate and melting fast. Just standing close to these leaves had the frost quickly turning to water. I loved though how the early morning sun was drenching this scene in bright light and how that light was reflecting of the ice. I new choosing a very wide aperture would maximise this by creating lots of lovely bokeh which my 100mm Macro lens is magic for.