Spots of Colour

This week Ann-Christine gave us the prompt Spots and Dots for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge.

I had a couple of ideas for the prompt before going for a walk on Sunday afternoon. The actual purpose of the walk was to continue my testing of the TTArtisan 35mm lens. But lens testing was quickly forgotten when I started looking for spots of colour.

Lens-Artists: Spots of Colour

Spots of Yellow. Having finally had a couple of days of spring like weather the Dandelions have emerged in force. It was the yellow flowers in the grass that gave me the idea for this post.

Lens-Artists: Spots of Colour

Spots of Green. Next I found these green leaves growing through the soil. I think they’re the leaves of Lily-of-the-valley.

Lens-Artists: Spots of Colour

Spots of Blue. Technically Periwinkle blue is a pastel purple. These Periwinkle flowers were the next spots of colour I spotted.

Lens-Artists: Spots of Colour

Spots of White. The final spots of colour I spotted were these White Trilliums. The provincial flower of Ontario and regarded as a sign of spring.

12 replies on “Spots of Colour”

One little walk and all was solved – clever! Looking down or up sometimes helps. Hope you got to test your lens properly later!

Thanks Ann-Christine. I replied to your comment yesterday but obviously WordPress lost it. Next weekend is a long one in Canada so I’m hoping to get quite a bit of photography done. Including lens testing and some bird photography.

Thanks Anne. I wasn’t expecting inspiration when I set out for my walk. It was seeing all the Dandelion flowers that had suddenly appeared that gave me the idea.

I missed it by seconds then, did I??? Not that the walk wasn’t good, but you can’t eat just every spot of flower you see! 🙂

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