This flower began as a tiny cutting that had interesting leaf shapes. I pinched a very tiny piece and carefully tended it on my windowsill, until it has grown and flowered. The flower is not really impressive but it is very different!
The first two pictures have interesting points of focus.
It’s an old wheelbarrow, minus wheels, sitting on the ground, a container for this odd plant that I like a lot.
I was testing the camera after the zoom lens stopped zooming. Dr Google advised to throw it away. However my talented and patient husband took it all to pieces and put it back together, minus a tiny piece of broken plastic, smaller than a rice grain. It now zooms again.
Just as well it was fixed. I love my cheap Macro zoom!
Our neighbour stopped the rather large tractor to call my attention to a single poppy standing tall in the field of oats he was mowing. It was a threatening afternoon, the clouds heavy, rain was forecast and the wind was making it almost impossible to take a photo. The poppy was throwing itself in every direction as the wind caught it.
It must have been self sown. Occasionally they pop up in that area of the farm. The flower was delicate and beautiful.
I wonder why we say black and white photography, not white and black photography? In Spain it’s white and black, yet it means the same thing. Either way, it is something that fascinates me and an area of photography that I am yet to explore.
This is a ranunculi. It’s white! The dots were specks of grass clippings thrown up by the lawn mower.
I wondered what it might look like in ‘Black and White’. Quite a contrast, but I like the dreamy whiter one better. Probably the only time I wished the lawn hadn’t got mown!