Lovely shots, Mark. Some great light/shadow interplay on the first two shots, and the texture of the blueberry leaf is superb.Sara
they certainly do...great post!
great shots as usual Mark
Some great photos! I couldn't bare to comment on your spider post - I really detest spiders!
I always seem to have trouble posting on your blog, I wanted to say that I loved the photos, the glow of late afternoon it seems.
Hello from across the ocean! Love your blog, I hope mine is as nice when it 'grows up', ha. I'm jealous of your garden! I also hope ours is as nice once we get our farm up and running, ha.
Don't we just know why artists and photographers like the early morning and the late afternoon...the light is gorgeous. Congrats. on the link up with urban veggie growing in London. I can't think of a better person as a mentor ... you know you stuff, Mr Willis!
Hi 1st Man! It's always nice to get a new Follower. I've only had a brief look at your blog so far, but I think I shall be exploring it further...
Lovely light conditions Mark! I'll have to have a go. My evening shots are usually just because I forgot to take a photo earlier!
Mark your photos are coming along in leaps and bounds - these ones are just fabulous. The geranium is my favourite.
Landscape photographers tend to shoot in the early morning or evening and I get why looking at these the lighting is fabulous. My favs are the bean shots.
The calendula really picks up the light, but aren't the colours of the blueberry just stunning at this time of year? Mine are just the same.
Somehow I sense a romantic atmosphere here today ;-).
I would so much like a blueberry for its autumn colour. I nearly bought two - then realised I didn't have space for one!
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