It’s been a while since I did a Floral Friday post and it seemed like a good idea to look at raindrops on petals. Some photos I took earlier in the year.
There is a good reason why floral Friday is late, and that would be that I don’t have a lot of access to my computer at the moment.
Yes, that’s right Floral Friday is very late, but not cancelled, unlike many other events around Australia at the moment. For me, the worst one is the flower and garden show.
For floral Friday I wanted to you some more dahlias from my garden that have started flowering. There are 12 plants and now 5 of them are flowering.
The dahlias are finished for the year, but I thought it might be nice to take another look at them for Floral Friday. I can’t wait for them to be back.
If you love dahlias, then you would love to do some weekend wanderings around Country Dahlias in Winchelsea. It is quite an amazing place.
When you love macro photography, especially when photographing flowers we get ones that we love or become our favourite. For me, mine would have to be dahlias.
After yesterday’s post it seemed like a nice idea to show you a flower from my garden. This is one of my dahlias. It is growing well.
A couple of weeks ago I talked about how this month is about the Flower and Garden Show here, lots of macro photography. It seems like a good time to show the work of Kathleen Clemons in my Influencing Me post today.
This time of the year can be so depressing for macro photography, then again if you look you can find some beautiful flowers. So, for today’s Floral Friday I found a few flowers from the garden that I could photograph. It had rain the night before, so it brought out so much of the colours, […]