Thursday, 24 April 2014

Spring has sprung!

I thought I’d try something slightly different today, so you’ll have to let me know what you think of this sort of post! I really love photography. I’m by no means a professional and despite trying to teach myself a bit about the theory of photography, I still just tend to point and shoot with my SLR and hope for the best! I also love nature – I think it can be so healing and calming, so I always try my best to get outside when I can.

Spring is a particularly great time to get out of the house, as hopefully the sun should be shining more and there is so much to see. Beautiful blankets of colour line woodlands as hundreds of varieties of flower bloom. And there’s nothing nicer than seeing all the baby animals that are born during this season – I’m so excited to go to a local farm and see the cute little lambs, ducklings and piglets!

As I’m recovering from my operations, I need to try and build my strength up, so I’ve been trying to get out a bit more. Whether it be a little stroll in the woodland behind my house, or a trip to a local National Trust property, there are so many opportunities to capture the beauty of Spring with your camera. I thought I’d share some of my photos from the last few weeks. I hope you enjoy them!

This beautiful blanket of bluebells is just down the road from where I live

We've managed to grow some snowdrops in the garden this year

I feel incredibly lucky to live in such a beautiful place

Gorgeous variety of crocuses in our garden

You can't have Spring without daffodils!

I thought the colours of this flower were just beautiful

This gorgeous display was at The Vyne, a National Trust property

Absolutely love this colour blossom

Tulips are one of my favourite Spring flower

Have you been enjoying Spring by getting back to nature? What do you like to take photos of?

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