Usually I am focused on getting as close as possible to my subject. Occasionally though, even for a close-up photographer, when one is outside there are scenes that just have to be captured. I was looking back at some of photos taken in the UK and found these.
Photo 1: Woodland Bluebells in Heron’s Ghyll
Photo 2: Woodland Windflowers in Uckfield
Photo 3: Windflowers in the woods in Uckfield
Photo 4: Poppies on the South Downs
Photo 5: Poppies in the Rain on Ditchling Beacon
Photo 6: Buttercups in a Maresfield Meadow
Photo 7: Reflections in a pond in Richmond Park
Photo 8: Oxeye Daisies in Uckfield
Was a bit rainy and windy yesterday but just had to take some pics of the beautiful bluebells. The scattering of white blooms really stand out in the sea of blue.
Stopped at the side of the road near Heron’s Ghyll today to take a photo of this stunning carpet of bluebells. The picture doesn’t quite do the scene justice.
It’s bluebell season again and they are blooming everywhere. Not an easy subject to capture though as they are so delicate that they move in the slightest breeze. Also they are not always blue – these pinkish lilac ones are rather pretty.
Delicate and dainty white bluebells.
Tilly amongst the bluebells in Fairhazel wood.
Bluebells are blooming beautifully in the woods near Fairwarp
Found on a small bit of woodland in Uckfield
The bluebells in the woods in Fairwarp appear to be a bit scraggly in general but this was a rather nice cluster.
The first bluebells are flowering in the woods in East Sussex. Going to look spectacular when they are in full bloom.