Take Some Time to Smell the Flowers

You’ll be glad you did. Today seemed like a great day to see what was blooming in the garden that Melissa and I put together.

I love mornings like this one: the day after a steady stream of rain, where everything is refreshed and the colours start to really come out. Behind the lens you can often find something spectacular… if you take the time to look.

I spent some time looking today, and I’m glad I did.

Macro Photography of Spring FlowersThe above was captured after discarding of some decaying flowers. New buds are new life, and it’s wonderful to see it as it blooms.

Macro Photography of Spring Flowers

I like to think that there’s an entire world out there that we just don’t see because of our perspective. We’re too big to appreciate what’s small. A macro lens helps.

Macro Photography of Spring FlowersPurple is an incredible colour, even more so when I’ve got my Enchroma’s on. Shots like this are when I appreciate those glasses the most. I can only imagine how it looks to normal-colour sighted people. It must be amazing.

Macro Photography of Spring FlowersIf this is what insects and birds see, it’s no wonder that they find them so attractive.

Macro Photography of Spring FlowersHere’s one a few days away from bloom. I think it looks incredible already; I can’t wait to see what it becomes.

Take some time today, get out there, and smell the flowers.

4 Replies to “Take Some Time to Smell the Flowers”

  1. Absolutely beautiful Cameron. Those pictures just make it so much more amazing. Wouldn’t it be fun to do a time lapse on that bud about to bloom!

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