All posts filed under: Flowers

Tulips through Macro Lens

It’s amazing that macro lens can pick up the details that our eyes may miss. It was the case this morning in shooting tulips. I did not notice the tiny morning dews on the tulips and yet was picked up clearly through macro lens. With […]

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More Tulip Photos

I went to Brookside Gardens for more tulip photos yesterday. I got there after 10:00 am and sun was very bright. All I could do was trying to take some images with translucent affects to the flowers.

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Bluebells at Bull Run Park, Virginia

Bull Run Regional Park near Centerville, Virginia is known for spectacular viewing of bluebells during the peak blooming time in April every year. We went there today and took the Bluebell Trail and also trail along the river where the bluebells were especially spectacular. Bluebells […]

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Magnolias

Magnolias are blooming everywhere in Washington areas. I usually visit the Magnolia Garden at National Arboretum where there are variety of magnolia trees. But this time, I didn’t have to go very far but to looked at my next door neighbor.

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Snowdrop Flowers

Like forsythia and daffodil flowers, the rise of snowdrop flowers from the ground also signals the arrival of spring. I took these snowdrop pictures two days ago when I photographed weep cherry blossoms at Brookside Gardens.

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Giant Mums

I had an opportunity to photograph these gorgeous giant mums our dear friend grew at home a few years ago. I happened to come across these pictures during this coronavirus pandemic days. Hope you enjoy viewing them.

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Reflection of Black-eyed Susan

Black-eyed Susan flower as seen from a dew drop: I went to Brookside Gardens yesterday with my Olympus mirrorless camera (E-M1 Mark II) with 70-300 mm lens (equivalent to 140-600 mm) for the hummingbird shot but was disappointed to only see one. Instead I just […]

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