About three weeks ago, on a cold and rainy weekend I went on a meet-up to Longwood Gardens. The perfect prescription to ward of a severe case of the winter doldrums. And even better, I can now get a dose prn (the medical acronym for as needed) by revisiting my photos from that outing.
How about an apple a day to make you feel better. . . all 18,540 of them!
And even though the weather conditions were not conducive to going outside and shooting, the upside was the crowds stayed home. . . except for an occasional spectator. . . Photo courtesy of Kate McCann 🙂
’til next time
. . . although you would not know it by looking outside this morning. It’s a very gray day and there is a dusting of snow on the ground.
I found myself in need of a serious dose of color over the past few weeks. All the grays and browns of winter were beginning to take their toll, so my friend, Maggie, Continue reading “Spring is here . . .”
Now that the weather has turned cold, it’s a good time to start some indoor “studio” work. I usually avoid using my flash, mostly because of my lack of knowledge on how to correctly use an external flash and just because I really like the effect of natural light. But when I saw the newest issue of PhotoGraphic magazine dedicated to flash photography, I decided it was time to learn. I had plenty of opportunity to put to use what I had read (or at least tried to remember) on an outing to Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA. It was a cold but clear afternoon. Continue reading “Flash”