I haven’t taken a lot of photos for the past several weeks but there are a few new ones to share.
Came across this patch of Malva growing beside the ice cream store in downtown Halifax.
This hydrangea grows beside MaryAnn’s front steps. I love the combination of large flowers and tiny florets.
The small front garden across the street from my chiropractor’s office was filled with blooming orange and yellow day lilies a couple of weeks ago.
I’m fascinated by the natural rock wall on Regency Park around the corner from where I live. Last week the hawkweeds were spectacular with a bit of thistle thrown in. As I was taking pictures this man was walking his dog. I didn’t react fast enough to get a burst of photos as he walked down the street. I need to be more prepared for the unexpected. This could turn into a wall art piece. I edited the image using a couple of photo editors on my iPhone, removing a couple of extra poles and the wires holding them in place.
It’s raining and dark today – not a great day for photography. Maybe tomorrow will be better.
How’s the quilt coming? On our way to Ottawa.
I have 10 blocks completed then yesterday my new desktop Mac arrived – and I lost the day and I’ll lose most of today trying to get everything set up. However, looks like this new computer is going to work!
Great flower shots! What kind of editor do you use – we have a couple of cell phone towers about 2 miles away that keep annoying me in photos!
I’m using Snapseed (Google’s iPhone photo editor) and ReTouch which lets me remove elements. I’d likely do a better job on my iPad but I just edit on my iPhone
Do you have a Google iPhone? I should take a class like you and another blogger I follow did. I just do very basic crop and enhance edits with the basic program.
I have an Apple iPhone 12 Pro – upgraded after starting the iPhone Photography Academy course with Emil Pakarklis – he’s got a great eye, and a lovely esthetic sense and a nice teaching manner. I keep working through the course when I have time.
That sounds interesting so assume it’s on line and work at it as you can. HM…
Yes it is.
Here’s a link to the online course: https://secure.iphonephotographyschool.com/iphone-photo-academy/?utm_campaign=Search_Keywords&utm_medium=ppc&utm_source=GA&utm_content=iPhone_Photo_Academy_3&utm_term=iPhone_Photo_Academy_3&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3cDahMKc8gIVDI6zCh2O4AnNEAAYASAAEgI1z_D_BwE