Green Foliage

This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Green Foliage prompt.

A selection of greens from this spring.

CFFC: Green Foliage
Spring leaves with rotational camera movement.
Lens-Artists: Blue and Green
Variegated Hosta leaves in spring.
2021: First Light on Spring Greens
Spring trees at sunrise.
Lens-Artists: Blue and Green
Fresh growth on an evergreen.

Two Fence Posts

And lots of greens.

Scrubland on the South Bruce Peninsula shortly after sunrise recently.

Yet again we’re back in the 19th century with no internet connection. As a result my time online will be limited to available Wi-Fi hotspots and using my phone.

2021: Two Fence Posts and some Greens

Cloud and Crescent Moon

Cloud and the crescent moon over Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment at dawn last Saturday.

As a side note, we have no internet connection yet again so my posts will be erratic and I can’t really take part in challenges until it’s restored.

2021: Cloud and Crescent Moon
Monochrome Monday

Monochrome Monday: 7th June 2021

A recent visit to the local bay at dawn. With thick cloud cover I shot with the intention of doing monochrome conversions.

Monochrome Monday: 7th June 2021
Cloud over Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment at dawn.
Cosmic Photo Challenge


Actually, two Iris taken a few days apart and in different lighting.

This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: In Bloom prompt.

These Iris are growing in a ditch on one of my routes around the neighborhood. I don’t know if they’re garden escapes or if someone planted them there. Taken on walks when I was testing the TTArtisan 50mm f/1.2 portrait lens.

Cosmic Photo Challenge: In Bloom
An Iris in afternoon shade.
Cosmic Photo Challenge: In Bloom
An Iris in morning sun
Silent Sunday

Silent Sunday: 6th June 2021

Silent Sunday: 6th June 2021
One Word Sunday


This is my contribution to Debbie’s One Word Sunday prompt Time.

I had a couple of ideas for the prompt before thinking of the intentional camera movement photos I was taking in the winter and that I am still experimenting with.

The technique involves using an exposure time that allows you time to move the camera during the exposure.

Trees in snow on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.

One Word Sunday: Time