Saturday, September 1, 2012

Spring and Photography

Happy, Sunshiny First Day of Spring Everybody!!

Even though its a little overcast here in Perth, it still feels like spring - there is a balmy breeze and a hint of summer in the air.

Spring always reminds me of my Dad's saying ..

Spring is Sprung
The Grass has ris'
I wonder where the
Birdies is?

My garden is a pretty bad state, having been neglected the whole of winter.  As most things are in pots (in preparation for moving to Wattle Grove - 3 years ago!) plants don't do very well and need a lot more TLC.

Going to have an overhaul of the whole garden this Spring and while I am doing that I will use it as a subject to develop my photography skills.

BIG learning curve ahead of me as I am (a) not very artistic  (b) not at all photogenic myself and (c) clueless when it comes to this whole subject.  But we all have to start somewhere and this is where I start to learn and experiment about the art of taking better photo's.



  1. I love everlastings. Every Spring I wish I had planted some and every year I forget to plant some in whatever season it is that they need planting in.

    I'm hoping our garden will get an overhaul this Spring too, we can keep each other motivated :)

    1. Great idea. I need all the motivation I can get! I love my garden, but it seems to become a chore if I let it get too far away from me. Would love to see some pictures of your garden ... before and after!