Thursday, May 07, 2015

Spring in our Neighbourhood Park

I am still enjoying being able to walk leisurely with my camera. Winter became a time of jumping out of the car to squeeze a quick pic before jumping back in to warm up frozen digits. Okay, I admit to exaggerating a bit ... but just a bit.  lol

Before I show some of yesterdays photos, I am going to show the Trout Lily one more time. I have set up a different sort of diptych. Not sure if it is good or bad for this medium, but here it is anyway.


This ↓ is the only photo from yesterday that I like at all. It's the neighbourhood park, more or less. Those big trees still have a bit of a feathery look. Not for much longer, though.


Three more pics that aren't terrible, I suppose, but they are not inspiring either.




9 comments:

Country Gal said...

Beautiful !

ADRIAN said...

It's good days and bad John. One day you are the statue and the next the pigeon.

Shammickite said...

I'm going into the forest this weekend to look at trilliums, or should that be trillii? And perhaps I'll see some trout lilies if I'm lucky! I like all your nice spring photos.

Linda Kay said...

John, I think you don't give yourself enough credit. I actually like the last one with the rocks and the water.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely contrasts of light and dark in several of these shots. and i love the trout lily. :)

EG CameraGirl said...

It sure does feel good to get out with a camera this time of year!

Mary Gilmour said...

The bridge shot is a lovely atmosphere record. Nice! And, yes, yes, it is great to be out with the camera.

Regenia said...

I like them all, including the ones that you find "not inspiring".

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Not every photo is inspiring, but showing that spring has finally arrived and you can get out is good enough.