Attempting a handheld macro in a hurry is not necessarily a great idea. I knew that raindrops on the carnations will be gone in the afternoon. I was getting late to work, but pulled out my camera and quickly shot a few pictures. If I had time, I would have set up the tripod andContinue reading “#121/365: Raindrops.”
We woke up early in the hope of shooting a few pictures. A couple of things went wrong. My friend forgot to charge his camera battery and clouds forgot to drift away. Nevertheless, on a rather gloomy day, I found some drifters.
I stopped at traffic light and noticed this U.S. Mail vehicle. First, I didn’t believe that it was really an official delivery vehicle. As soon as I realized, I rolled down my window and asked the lady driver if I could take a picture. She laughed and nodded. I processed it to enhance the grungeContinue reading “#119/365: You got mail.”
To slow down and observe is to find the beauty surrounding us. With their smiles, these tiny flowers bring a lot of visual appeal and joy.
Boredom can have strange effects. While waiting at the bus stop, I was toying with my phone and noticed this less used app- Snappr. I love the effects it produces. (iPhone)
Found this cute turtle on the desk of a colleague. I don’t know if this was the race winner, but he sure is old and tired now. (iPhone)
I was tempted to call it ‘Global Network’, and you can see why.
This reminds me of something very familiar to me.
Bad as they are, dandelions still are very interesting photographic subjects. Here the reference to ‘global’ is obviously to their round floral shape.
While my friends ran, I decided to take a stroll with my camera. These tiny flowers are all along the trail and they happily wave at the passers by.
I watched this flower for full three days on the walkway. During this time, innumerable feet trampled it. But it didn’t lose it’s charm. ( iPhone)
I have been resisting to take pictures of tulips. But what is Spring without tulips anyway? So I finally decided to shoot a solitary flower with my 50 mm lens. ISO 400, f4.8, 1/180.