Tag Archive: macro photography

Oriental Lily in Bloom

Believe it or not, we have a heat wave in England. It’s a balmy  82°F  today, a welcome change from the chill drizzle we would normally expect at this time of year, and my oriental… Continue reading

The first flowers of spring

Our garden is cold, damp, and most definitely wintery. But as I was walking down the rockery to check on our hibernating hedgehogs, I caught a glimpse of colour between the grey rocks… Continue reading

Morning Dew

It’s a wet, cold (or “bracing” as we like to call it), and thoroughly damp day here in Britain. Although it’s not always the most cheery of atmospheres, if you look closely you’ll… Continue reading

Summer Strawberries

I was browsing through my camera and I came across this photo from the summer – it seems almost unimaginable that Britain is warm enough to grow strawberries when the weather is so… Continue reading

A geranium in the sunshine

Let me cheer you up on this cold, dark January day with a memory of summertime… Taken with my Panasonic Lumix TZ40 with a Leica lens.