I scrolled through my older photos, thought this one looked good and I wondered why I hadn't posted this yet, so here it is! Do you ever browse through your older photos and find gems you realize that you haven't posted yet? Let me know in the comments. #naturephotography#pond
48 likes / 4 comments / 2 days ago
Near where I live there's two llamas. Their owners run a gardening business and their property is so beautiful. They got a large property containing a well-groomed garden with a bunch of different plants, thoughtful details all around, a greenhouse, different kinds of animals including: a peacock, sheep, goats, cats, a dog and these llamas.. and much more. #lama#animals
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This morning I decided to get out early. I wanted to get out when the sun was still low on the horizon because I wanted to capture some lambs I recently discovered. I thought the low sun could give some nice backlight. But the lambs were nowhere to be seen, so instead I went for a walk somewhere near. It was really beautiful there, walking on a narrow country road with no traffic, blue sky, morning sun, surrounded by trees with lots of chirping birds. I also discovered some cozy little huts with tiny flowery gardens (like on the pic). ...
44 likes / 3 comments / 3 days ago
don't shut the door and wait for his storm to pass. come out of your zone and let's walk in the rain in the meantime. #birdsflying#branchesandsky
Today, I walked on a path of gravel along a lake looking for motives. I noticed a goat willow full of catkins. the catkins were beautiful on their own, but with many bees buzzing around in the tree, I wanted to try and capture the bees as they pollinated the fruits. it was kind of frustrating as the auto-focus wasn't focusing where I wanted it to and before I finally got the focus right, the bee was off to the next catkin. yet it was still fun, and I was there for about an hour just to get the perfect ...