I rarely if ever post family portraits on the leavesnbloom studio blog as up until now it has just been a celebration of nature. Today is an exception though as a photograph of my mum has crept into the collage. Last week my parents were over here in Perthshire, Scotland on holiday and one evening we drove to our nearest Bluebell Wood to see the glorious display of wildflowers. Time flew and we didn't even realise that we had spent 1.5 hours there photographing the native flowers and the surrounding landscape. We'd left dad back in the car.........being in the woods with thousands upon thousands of strongly scented bluebells isn't advisable if you suffer from hay fever! - so I had no one to hold the reflector for portraits.
|A winding wildflower path through Bluebell Wood|
|Hyacinthus nonscriptus - UK native flowers|
I just wish this place was closer to home as it's my favourite place to visit each May.
So glad that at last I could share this little piece of nature with my mum!
|Bluebell Wood impressionist style.....if you're in my photography circles on G+ you'll know that I'm exploring this art form just now. Creating Impressionist Photographs|
Interested in this post? You might enjoy yesterdays post from colorme weekly.