My car and other things have kept me busy this week, so I thought we could do another New Zealand Wanderings and look back at the Dunedin Botanical Gardens. They are stunning and you can’t help thinking autumn was perfect to see them.
To I used the Struman Optics phone lenses for floral friday and I thought we could look at some photos of flowers that I took today with my phone. I’ve tried to get my garden to a point where there are always flowers there.
It is time for my Floral Friday post and today I was keen to work on a photo of a tulip that the light was hitting it in an unusual way. I tend to hate dappled light, but here it was perfect.
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.
My Influencing Me post today is more on macro style photography and I thought we could look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s flowers. He has a different way of photographing them.
For the Floral Friday post today I thought it might be nice to show you some photos I took when visiting the Dunedin Botanical Gardens. I took a few, but have only prepared three.
Today seemed like a good day to do a Floral Friday post with a flower I photographed from Dunedin. It is a quick post.
To say it is getting crazy would be an understatement and so I thought a short post today with a flower for you to see. I photographed it in my garden.
Weekend Wanderings is about the Australian Gardens that are in Cranbourne. They are also the Australian Botanical Gardens and showcase many of the native plants that you find here.
Last week I mentioned Dahlias and this week I wanted to tell you about the 2nd flower that is a favourite of mine, chrysanthemums. Every time I think of them I remember that scene from Anne of Green Gables when they were spelling the name of them.