Posts Tagged flower
It’s post project. I finished! I finished, but didn’t upload until now. I really messed up the numbers and need to sort them out still as of the moment I am writing this. It’s a bit of an off putting task! But here we go…
This was taken on Birmingham University campus, a really stunning bright flower.
Probably my favourite flower growing in the garden right now!
My partner’s Grandparents have really made an effort in their garden. It’s just a matter of finding the right angle to best view it. The cherub is called Geoffrey.
I feel like my home is running out of things to take pictures of. A little worrying when I have 90 pictures left and still another 25 days at work before the holiday. Today’s was something my partner, rightly so, said wouldn’t last. It’s more flowers! But I wanted to try out the sepia filter on my camera so it’s a little different in that way.
I saw this plant today. No idea at all what it is but a closeup pic was too tempting. The light wasn’t amazing, and the blue car in the background wasn’t ideal either, but the foreground is good at least!
Well, I happened to be near some absolutely stunning poppies today and really wanted to take a picture of them. However I was a bit lazy and stayed indoors for basically the whole morning. I had no idea they were so transient and in mid afternoon all the petals just fell off. So here are some not poppies.
One of the hedges on the way to work had these gorgeous blossoms on it right now.
It’s always nice finding spots of green in the city. This is one from right next to one of the busiest roads off one of the busiest roundabouts in the city.
So as it turns out, a lot of bluebella have grown up in the rockery in our back garden, and right about now they look fantastic. I hope you’ll agree!
It’s been raining all day. But one thing I tend to notice is that when it rains all day and the weather clears later, everything looks fresh and vibrant. We are in bluebell season right now, and my local park has some stunning examples.