Yeah, it was my birthday last week and since both my daughters were unable to be with me my youngest organised to have some flowers sent to me. She said it was so I could take photos of them.
Do you know what one of the biggest problems with doing food photography?
How many times have you gone somewhere to take photos and then realised that it was the wrong time of the day, or the wrong season, or the wrong something?
It is an interesting concept and one that I spoke about in my last post. When you are in lockdown trying to work out what to do can be hard.
I am calling this edition of Monochrome Madness Forbidden Places because everywhere is forbidden to me right now unless it is within 5 kilometres of my home.
Yes, I think I will keep doing Monochrome Madness and today I have a still lily for you. I took it the other day while I still had the macro lens from Fujifilm.
Getting out to take photos has been hard, but this one from Princes Pier looked like a good choice for Monochrome Wednesday.
Yesterday I did one of the Manchester Unity Building (MUB) that I thought was boring, but for Monochrome Wednesday I have one that I think works a lot better.
For Silent Sunday I thought I would show you some new photos taking early morning in the City of Melbourne. I was also using my new lens.
The other morning I went to Princes Pier, revisiting it again and I thought it might be a good topic for Silent Sunday.