Categories 2021 Mostly Green Post author By David Meredith Post date 13/05/2021 12 Comments on Mostly Green Another intentional camera movement photo, this time of Daylily leaves growing around the base of an Oak tree. Like this:Like Loading... Related Tags 2021, abstract, David M's PhotoBlog, David Meredith, Daylily, experiment, green, ICM, Intentional Camere Movement, leaves, photo, photo blog, photoblog, photography, South Bruce Peninsula, spring, trunk ← Lake Huron at Sunrise → Five Minutes and Little Movement 12 replies on “Mostly Green” Interesting concept! With spring delayed I keep photographing the Dayliiy leaves with various lenses and techniques. There isn’t much other greenery around at the moment. It’s the same here, every spring. So I focus on little details that people would normally not pay attention to. So far our May weather has been more like November with frosts, cool temperatures and more rain than we got in April. We have had strange weather too! It’s really hot here. We were getting close to being hot in April then it cooled down. We’ve had frost most mornings this week and our daytime high was 6°C on Tuesday. Here, it’s crazy as well. Usually, we still have some snow left, but it was gone at the beginning of April. We got a lot less snow than normal last winter and it was gone by mid March. What snow we’ve had since then didn’t stick around. We don’t seem to have had a “normal” winter for sometime now. Yes, the seasons as we know them will not happen again… It all seems to be happening so fast although looking back there was signs of the seasons changing when I was living in England in the 1980s. Seasons are never completely the same from one year to the next, anyway. 😉 I was thinking more of unusual weather for the season. Comments are closed.