Capturing sweeping views and intricate details
There are millions of these little beauties around the British countryside at the moment – and they even find a home in the leafier spots of London.
The native bluebell, more delicate than their robust European cousins, wondrous clustered richly together and in their own right.
Worth spending far too long on your knees in the woods with a macro lens… Click to enlarge
Thank you Robyn :) I also captured some other English favourites while crouching the grass which I’ll share soon. I hope you’re keeping well.
Beautiful shot Mike. So clear and great use of depth of field.
Hey Steven, thank you. I had to get lowdown and dirty for that one :)
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perfect shot :) love it
Great to hear, thank you. And I appreciate the share too :)
A nice take on a traditional spring image! :)
Thank you Richard!
Great work Mike! I’m going to nag you about a macro/photo day soon! Sun is out, cameras ready, and if you fancy practising with any ND filters all the better :)
Thanks Marianne! Well I must confess I took your idea of Osterley and ran with it, so a joint venture must be arranged. I now have a remote shutter release to really keep things steady. Filters are all new to me so that would be great too :)
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