291SpringBranches

Two of the most boring subjects of photography ever combined: nature and spring.

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Posted by Mara Eastern

I'm a sardonic blogger, snapper, scribbler and rhymer; a virtual space invader who indulges in cheerful negativism, morbid self-deprecation and bleak humour.

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  1. πŸ™‚ There may be boring subjects but in an artists hands they turn into works of art. The hint of life on the tree and the bark look nice. You have the eye for it or you wouldn’t have taken a photo.

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    1. Your comments always make my day πŸ™‚ Though I’m afraid that you may overestimate my random mundane snaps. In any case, I enjoy snapping them, so it’s my great pleasure when someone else, like you, enjoys looking at them.

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  2. I love those two photographic subject matters prob one of the most rewarding for a photographer but I am sure you already know that :-p wonks

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    1. Nature in general and spring in particular are of course very rewarding, as you say, and also quite convenient to photograph πŸ™‚ Especially for a village dweller like me!

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      1. πŸ™‚ huggles maybe a wild bouquet for me?

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        1. A wild bouquet for you is the perfect thing! *sending an imaginary one*

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          1. awe, imaginary, no wild ones in your village garden? grins..I am sure you can do better than that hrm?

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          2. No wild flowers in my village garden, really! Grandma wouldn’t have them! Unless you fancy a bunch of dandelions… Sorry for disappointing 😦

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          3. Oh well maybe some more kitty paws will do πŸ™‚

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          4. Good then, more kitty paws it is — next Caturday πŸ˜‰

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        1. Haha, yes, so it’s nature, spring and sprig πŸ™‚

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  3. Nature is great to photograph,as you don’t have to be that creative; it normally does all the work for you.Yesterday I was at a place and at a time when the sun was about to set.There were different shades of orange,blue and purple,and in the darkness you could only make out the figure of the trees and branches which all turned black.It was a very nice moment,but sadly I didn’t have my camera – I was at a wedding.

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    1. You put it excellently, again. In many cases it’s just ok to press the shutter and you get a nice nature photo without doing anything extra.

      It’s a shame that you didn’t have your camera to capture what you describe as a beautiful sunset… I grew into the habit of carrying my camera everywhere, but of course, my compact camera is easy to carry.

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