Flower of the Day – 11th July 2019

A photograph of a bearded iris photographed at Scotney Castle in Kent and entered into Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -18 – Landscape – Split-Toning

Firstly, my sincere apologies for PFTM (Photo for the Month) not being done this month, but due to internet problems, and computer problems, I wasn't able to start posting again until yesterday... and I've been playing catchup. So for this…

Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -17 – Scotney Castle – Stone-Clad Buildings

Firstly my apologies for running late with this month's Mid-Week Monochrome Challenge, but something came up yesterday and I simply didn't have time to post this week's image.  The above image was photographed whilst standing at the rear of the…

Photo for the Month – 36 – Overlay

First of all many thanks to all those that participated in last month's challenge.  This week's challenge is Overlay.  One way of using overlays on an image is to add texture. For the following image, I used Topaz Texture Effects…

Flower of the Day – 30th May 2019

Another favourite flower of mine is the rhododendron... the above pink flower was photographed last Saturday at Scotney Castle in Kent and is entered into Cee's Flower of the Day Photography Challenge. The rhododendron bushes are spectacular and they align…

Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge #46 – Delicate

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge for this week, set by Ann-Christine, is called Delicate. For my first image... I am using new flowers that are just starting to bloom in early March. I love the onset of spring when new flowers…

Flower of the day – 19th September 2018 – In the Pink

It won't be long before winter descends upon us here in the UK... so I thought I would use these beautiful spring tulips as part of Cee's Flower of the Day and Becky's Square September - In the pink. I…

Flower of the day – 23rd August 2018

The above photograph is entered into Flower of the Day  hosted by Cee Neuner and was taken at Scotney Castle in Kent just as an hydrangea bloom was starting to come into full bloom.  One thing I do love about…