Thursday, June 22, 2017

22/06/2017 My husband has arranged a photography course for me this afternoon, I am very excited about it. Watch this space :-)

Feels like 45C !!!!

Love in a Mist.

Quinces.

Fly on the thyme.

Tomatoes...

as above.

A thirsty wasp being bombed by a bee...

as above, but I liked the reflection!

Dandelion family plus small bug.

All four on the same hydrangea shrub.

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    1. It was great, now I have to practise all the settings and get out of using auto!!!!! Diane

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  2. Diane, I cannot stand temperatures that feel like 45! Yikes! Be careful and stay safe. Your photos are an absolute delight! Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. It is a little warm outside but mornings and evenings are passable :-) Thanks Linda for all your comments so appreciated. Diane

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  3. Great shots! How delightful to take a photo course. So on my list, but way out of my budget.

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    1. It was really interesting, 2 hrs one on one. Now though I have to put it all into practice, I my get a moon shot yet :-) Take care and get better Diane

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  4. A photography class would be fun. Hope you enjoyed. Great shots as always.

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    1. It was very interesting Pam now I have to practice what I have been taught!! Have a great weekend Diane

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  5. I think I will definitely melt in such temperature! You are so blessed to get a one on one photography course arranged by your husband. I love the photo titled "love in a mist".

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    1. Nancy the flower is actually called 'Love in a Mist', its Latin name is Nigella damascena.
      It was a great photographic course now to practise all I was taught!! Have a great weekend Diane

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  6. I have never done a photography course but have always been curious. There is not much on offer for such courses in rural Australia other than online.

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    1. It was very interesting and I know lots more about my camera than I did before. Now to put it all int practice!! Diane

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