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Posts from the ‘Flowers’ category

Alium

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – May 2022

Lens Artists Weekly Challenge #200 is ‘Every little thing’. Lots of small things, but flowers, and how they open up meeting the sun, are all around. Here the first part of an Alium flower courageously opens up.

Shot with iPhone 13 Pro Max edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

Penultimate Last of the Tulips 2022

The Netherlands, Lisse – April 2022

The growing era of daffodils, hyacinths and tulips for this year is gone. Here a few photos of a little piece of land, with a nice skyline and sun.

The Lens-artists challenge #197 is ‘rule of thirds’. The rule of thirds is a rule of thumb how to compose images. But a photo that creates a journey of the eye can also be made by using lines and colors. Even when the horizon is not on 1/3.

Shot with iPhone 13 Pro Max edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

Red Field

The Netherlands, Voorhout – April 2022

The Lens-artists challenge #197 is ‘rule of thirds’. The rule of thirds is a rule of thumb how to compose images. But a photo that creates a journey of the eye can also be made by using lines and colors. Even when the horizon is not on 1/3.

Shot with iPhone 13 Pro Max edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

Row Row Row your boat

The Netherlands, Lisse – April 2022

The Lens-artists challenge #197 is ‘rule of thirds’. The rule of thirds is a rule of thumb how to compose images. There are more ‘rules’; another is the ‘s’ like in the photo above. Whatever rule you like to use: break them and tweak them till you are happy with the result of the photo you are putting together. In the end your gut tells a lot about what constitutes a decent picture to your liking.

Shot with Nikon D500, edited using Snapseed and Marksta. Click the picture for a bigger version

A Kind Request: Stay Out of the Fields

The Netherlands, Sassenheim – April 2022

Each year the growers of bulbs try to keep the public out of the fields. If people enter the fields there is an imminent risk of diseases to the bulbs. It is impossible to patrol all fields so soft tactics with signs are being used. And some growers have volunteers to address people who do enter their fields. But in the end it all is depending on the behavior and goodwill of people. Unfortunately some think a field is public space. The other day I heard an anecdote about this ‘freedom confusion’. One day a grower saw a family enter his field, passing by at that moment. He noticed that the car of the man was left open. So he sat in the car. The man ran from the field to his car asking ‘what are you doing? this is my car!’. The grower just replied: ‘and that is my field you entered’.

Shot with iPhone 13 Pro Max edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

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