A few weeks ago I saw an article on Digital Photography School about freezing flowers and photographing them to get cool macro shots, so I thought I’d give it a try.
These past few weeks have been extremely stressful, so today I decided to spend the entire day outside in nature, de-stressing and getting back to what I love most: photographing nature. ☺️
Another year, another BioBlitz!
This year’s BioBlitz took place at Heber Down Conservation Area, which is located in the Lynde Creek Watershed in Whitby, Ontario.
I am an introvert.
I am not antisocial. I do not dislike people. I am not shy.
It’s finally starting to feel like Spring, with warm weather, blooming flowers and plenty of wildlife scurrying around! I had to make the most of this beautiful Saturday and go out and explore some of my favourite places again.
If there’s one social media platform that I had to pick as my favourite, without a doubt it would be Instagram!
The Allen Gardens in Toronto is a place I visit quite often. But it’s a place I will never get tired of. It’s my happy place.
Have you ever found yourself thinking there’s nothing interesting around you to photograph? It’s a common complaint, but the best way to hone your skills is to learn to find the beauty in even the most mundane surroundings. Sometimes all it takes is a little creativity and a change in perspective!