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A tree that I managed to catch in full spring blossom. I pass this tree every single day at least once a day and quite often more than once a day. It does not…

Check out this week's Weekly Theme: Patterns “Find beauty not only in the thing itself but in the pattern of the shadows, the light and dark which that thing…

Flower studies, these pale pink and white blossoms look fantastic against the dark red leaves of the shrub... Trying to get the gossamer feel of the mop head of…

These shoot are still popping up in my rhubarb plant. Dare I let one actually bloom? They are pretty at this phase.

Budding Winter The largest camellia bushes I remember made a hedge dividing my grandmother's front yard from the neighbor's on one side. The dark soil beneath…

The cherry tree coming into blossom with the cotoneaster in the background which is redder this year than I have ever seen it. I love the combination of colours…

The weeks theme is "trees". Please submit your photo by midnight GMT on Sunday 7th October. I couldn't decide for a while, because my first choice was at first…

My mother loves flowers and most of all she loves aster amellus. Last week my mother celebrated her 87th birthday and her garden punctually produced a sea of…

Yesterday I saw this manipulated photograph of a butterfly. A well photographed butterfly by Camellia. The butterfly itself is a nice and modest and not such a…

Some experiments with the "old" Panasonic TZ 91. I was waiting for a coffee and some sweets, when I picked with my camera this bouquet from a nearby window sill…

Let love come rampant and triumphant, let it devour us. Let it stir us like a strong wild wind and shake all impurity from within. Let love come spreding its…
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