A Floral Image | I came across this Orchid in their Glasshouse dedicated to these types of flowers. I thought this unusual as it had not flowered yet. Added to that the sprinkelers had just been on and I could’t resist trying something a little different from the average Orchid photograph.
I spent this weekend with Family down in our usual log cabins at Skeagh Lake in County Cavan. I came across this tiny buttercup almost lost inside tall blades of lush green grass that were drenched after a downpour an hour earlier.
The Calla Lily must be one of my favorite flowers. It has been a long time since I have attempted captured an image of this Lily as it is one of those flowers I find difficult to do justice too.
A close-up image capturing the shape and texture of a flowering Strelitzia Reginae with dewdrops on its base. The Strelitzia Reginae, also known as the Bird of Paradise Flower, indigenous to South Africa has been on my photographic list from the first time I saw it almost two years ago in our local Botanical Gardens here in Dublin.
Well firstly a very happy new year to everyone. It’s Day 4 of 2011 already. I thought I’d kick this year off with something a little different for me. It’s not quite an abstract but certainly closer to it then I’ve ever published before. This was taken 1/1/11 at around 1pm :). The alternate title…
[column width=”64%” padding=”3%”] A macro image of dewdrops on a blade of grass. [/column] [column width=”33%”] hmmm, not too sure what to write today. This is another image from my forest walks in Cavan a couple of weeks ago. I hope you like it. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro…
Sunrise in Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland with a tree stump in the forground and tress and fields in the background. This was in fact my first photographic trip to Phoenix Park, but it definitely won’t be the last. For those of you that may not know the Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed urban park in Europe and the home of our president, oh and also our Zoo.