Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Week 48, Day 336, March 31, 2010, Craving Color

I know, I know, not another crocus photo.  I think after the monochrome of winter, my eye is ready for some color.  The blossoms of the croci catch my eye again and again.  I think this is also true of some of my other photograph blog pals, and you know who you are.

Lessons Learned:
  • Change is important.  I'm ready for some new things to photograph.  Next week I should have some great subjects to photograph.  Stay tuned.
Photo details: Exposure time 1/100 sec, Aperture f/4.0, ISO 100, Focal Length 21 mm, Lens Canon EF 17-40mm, hand held. 


Andrew said...

The angle and the depth of field really add interest to the photo! Great shot!

Beaneyman said...

Love the Vibrant colour in this shot

toledonative said...

Heh, heh - guilty as charged! I came to the same conclusion as you - I think I keep going back to the crocus (crocuses? croci?) because they are the only splash of color in a still gray and brown landscape.

Can't wait for the daffodils and day lilies to bloom!

You have a lot more flowers grouped together than I do in my yard - makes for a very nice composition. Nice shot!

Sandra said...

Ah, I'm guilty. I've taken lots of flower photos this year.
Oh but the color in your crocus' are wonderful. So energetic! Great DOF too.