No: 383 Burgundy
We bought a pack of mixed Tulip bulbs last autumn, the ones we wanted were sold out so we took these as a bit of an experiment. This trio consisted of a solid dark red, a yellow with a very thin dark red line and the featured flower a super mix of the two colours.
Hope you like them as much as we do. Link my to website
ISO: 200, 1/100s, f4, Canon 5D MKII + 100mm macro lens
No: 382 Stranded
Another trip to the cold & windy north Norfolk coast, this time to Thornham and the tide is out leaving this fishing boat high and dry on the marshes.
A larger version is on the website.
ISO: 200, 1/110s, f7.1, Fuji X-T10 + 16-50mm zoom
No: 381 Cherry blossom
The appearance of the Cherry blossom marks the time of year that we visit the crematorium.
This year, because of the mild weather and absence of rain the blossom is better than ever. On Saturday, it was sunny but cold, reminding us it was still early spring and not to get too excited just yet.
Fuji X-T10 @ ISO: 200, 1/300s, f/7.1, 50mm (Fuji 16-50mm zoom)
No: 380: Blueberry Ripple
I love these white tulips with their deep purple stripe, surrounded by Forget-me-not flowers. Taken in our garden on Saturday afternoon.
ISO: 200, 1/160s, f/8, 105mm (24 – 105 Canon zoom) Canon 5D MK II
No: 379 Fallen
A fallen tree on the marshes near where we live. Difficult to establish whether it was struck by lightening or just rot, there does appear to be quite a lot of decay. Larger version available on my website, as always best viewed on a large screen.
ISO: 200, 1/200s, f9 Fuji X-T10
No: 378 Pulsatilla vulgaris ‘Papageno’
Taken in the garden today, Pulsatilla soaking up the sunshine.
No: 377: Bridge
So this is a photo I took a year or two back on the pathway that runs alongside the estuary at Orford in Suffolk. It’s a bridge over a dyke but where the path runs to I have no idea.
If you’re on a computer you can see it at a larger size by visiting my website.
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ISO:200, 1/200s, f4.5, 105mm