Hello everyone – sorry I have been away again for a little while but I thought I had better return with some brand new posts.
We start off with a picture from a recent holiday to Rouen – famous for amongst other things John of Arc.
Today’s picture is a HDR shot of a flower stall on one of Rouen’s side streets. It just seemed to have the colours and layout that would lend itself to a HDR shot and I hope you agree I was not mistaken.
After a short break we’re back with picture number 12 from our Peterborough Exhibition.
I’d love to say this is somewhere exotic but in fact it is a picture taken in my garden. Sometimes simple is very effective!
If you’d like to see more of the pictures from our exhibition just click on the picture
Unfortunately, after saying I’d be posting a picture a day of my exhibition prints I then didn’t have time yesterday! To remedy this I’ll be doing 2 posts today to make up for it 🙂
So here is post number 1 – Holly.
This is a picture of the holly bush in my Mum’s garden. However rather than just take a picture of the complete bush I thought I’d get in close and try to be little more ‘arty’ – I hope you like the result.
If you can’t wait to see the rest just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to the exhibition page on my website where you can view the rest of the pictures that are on display.
I realised today I hadn’t blogged for a while so thought I’d better get myself sorted!
So today’s post is called Simple Beauty and was my entry in the ‘end of course photo competition’ of a training course that I attend.
I wanted to go for something simple, black and white and with a lighting effect and I must say I do rather like the end result.
I was third! Oh well some you win……
Hi, today is Mother’s Day here in the UK and what better way to celebrate it than with flowers.
This is a picture dedicated to all the deserving mothers out there.
Well not much to say about this picture except it’s a HDR image of a dandelion!
Hope you enjoy it – take a look at my website http://www.imjphotoart.co.uk for more images
This is a picture that I took at the tail end of last year in October.
Unfortunately, it had been a struggle to get this Dahlia to grow but when it eventually did the wait was worth it and the colour really vibrant.
I hope you enjoy it too.
If you;d like to see more of my work please visit http://www.imjphotoart.co.uk – please remember that we are donating a percentage of all profits to Macmillan Cancer Support so please help us in our fundraising if you can.