This is a new thing for me, choosing my best photos of the year. I’ve done it with books I’ve read and albums I’ve bought, but not things I made myself. It can be hard to subjectively judge your own work, but I think it's a worthy exercise for anyone who wants to get better... Continue Reading →
Part 10 of the lifecycle of the Lily of the Valley study - berries go from luscious and ripe to fallen and decaying.
After some weeks of relative sameness, the plants are beginning a new phase - the die back. I love the contrast between the still verdant leaves and the dying leaves. The textures are still terrific. And of course I couldn't resist a monochrome conversion. The shapes and light variation in the early morning is perfect... Continue Reading →
The latest set of photos in the Lily of the Valley life cycle study. The bloom is off the rose so to speak.