Another Easter shot taken in the Yorkshire Dales at Cray near Buckden
Laying down to get this shot with a wide angle lens meant that I could get the foreground detail in focus while still showing the context of the area.
If you look carefully you’ll see the barn in the distance is slightly out of focus, this is deliberate. The contrast in focus makes the foreground seem sharper.
The deep blue sky was enhanced slightly with a polarising filter when I took the shot. An added advantage was that the polariser took out some of the reflections from the grass making the green leaves a more intense colour.
A lovely walk on a lovely day and a nice picture to go with it.
My wife, Jayne, liked it so much she made my Easter card from this picture.
I went to my parent’s house the other day. Mum had been given a bunch of tulips that she had put in a vase by the window.
We are a close family and I’m one of the lucky ones that still has Mum and Dad around and in good health (long may that continue)
As I put on my coat in the hall I happened to glance round at the tulips. The sun shining through the window brought out the intensity of the colours in both the flowers and the garden beyond.
The hall window has patterned glass and the leaf pattern seemed to harmonise with the green of the sunlit lawn beyond.
I’m happy with this picture, thanks Mum and Dad. By the way, this is another one taken on my iPhone. No photoshop treatment apart from slight cropping.