It’s always a good idea to focus on small details when composing a photo. And sometimes, a simple composition is best.
Cool temperatures and rain always brings out the best in Fall season Morning Glory flowers.
I’ve learned to always take a look around a subject as seen through my camera viewfinder before settling on a shot. That’s what I did here. My initial composition were flowers in a backyard garden flower pot. Glancing around I noticed a Hosta plant behind the pot was turning a nice shade of yellow, and to make the composition even better there was a cobweb with water droplets and a single, very small Lantana flower on top.
Coneflowers are some of my favorites. They have vibrant colors and lots of details when one focuses close-in. I decided to capture a sequence of one blossom as it began and ended in one of our flower gardens.
I enjoy finding opportunities to create abstract photo compositions. Here are two recent examples. Simple as they are.
There are some photos I make which I realize afterwards might make a nice wall decoration were I to have it printed and framed. This is one.
We annually plant Lantana flowers when they are very small, maybe a couple of inches high. Then as summer moves on we watch them flourish, being a magnet for butterflies. This is the first time we’ve ever had them grow so tall they are climbing up the side of the house, like a vine,
Southwest Virginia twin Crape Myrtle bushes in full bloom.