I found it difficult because spring flowers stay low to the ground, and I with a bad back don't manage the getting down too well.
Another neighbour has Scillia, another flower which grows even lower. Yikes! I did not nail the focus on this shot, but there is something about it that I like.
On the way back to my place, I decided to photograph our first tulip in our own garden. As it happens, it turned out to be my favourite shot of the morning. How often does it happen that the best shot of an outing is often the unplanned one?
This tulip is not quite the classic tulip shape, almost more like a peony, and is also not yet fully open. It did open later in the day and may deserve another shot at another time.
As I have mentioned previously, I don't find flower macros easy, but at least inside I can put the flowers on a table and also not have to deal with breezes. It's a bit of a challenge for me for sure.
I should take a photo of how I have to set up one of these photos. Maybe next time.