If you like landscape and nature photography, I’d highly recommend you take a moment to visit the blog of Urmo Parts. His photographic work is amazing; the stunning image below is his latest post. I am always inspired by his work. A link to his site is after the photograph.
Following on from yesterday’s post, here is another image taken with my macro lens. This shot demonstrates the very limited depth of field that exists with close-up work on a macro lens.
I’ve been struggling a little for photographic inspiration just lately and have been relying on my photo archive to maintain my blog. While it’s been enjoyable to revisit old images and evaluate them with a fresh perspective, today I felt a strong need to create some new work.
This is a photograph of three distinct pieces of public art in the City of London. I liked the way the conflicting lines, and the light and shade, created this abstract image.
We’re very fortunate to have a flat in London that comes with a garden. We feel even luckier to have a garden that has a large park behind it, so we are surrounded by nature.
My garden has become my sanctuary. I love to sit and let the stress of London float away as I look at the plants, the open sky and the beautiful, mature trees in the park behind us. It is so peaceful, I can often forget that I live in one of the busiest cities in the world.