Isolation Photography

Like most I’ve been a good boy and staying in and doing some photography in the garden or my office, here are a few images/art that i managed to do.

Please let me know if you have been doing any?

All the best and stay safe.

There are 42 species of dahlia, The dahlia was declared the national flower of Mexico in 1963
Muscari is a genus of perennial bulbous plants native to Eurasia that produce spikes of dense, most commonly blue, urn-shaped flowers resembling bunches of grapes in the spring. The common name for the genus is grape hyacinth painterly
close up of rain drops on a flower
Bidens Bee Yellow Crown produces a dense carpet of vibrant single daisy-like yellow flowers on a bed of luscious fern-like foliage. Its sweet honey scent is sure to delight where it will also attract bees and butterflies.
bluebells, wood bells, fairy flowers and wild hyacinth, is an early flowering plant that naturally occurs in the UK impressionism style
dandelion clock a British name for the head of a dandelion once it’s gone to seed. It’s also the name of a game played the number of puffs needed to blow the pappus from a dandelion is supposed to tell the time.
colourful twirl effect created from my original classic cars 1930 photograph
colourful twirl effect side effects of isolation created from my original photograph
Oil and Water – unedited image
Oil and Water – unedited image
Tonight’s Supermoon is a combination of two astronomical phenomena – a Full Moon and lunar perigee. Perigee is the lowest point in the Moon’s orbit when the lunar orb is closest to our planet. If a Full Moon peaks within 90 percent of perigee, it is popularly known as a Supermoon. As a result, a Supermoon can appear up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than an average Full Moon.

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21 thoughts on “Isolation Photography

  1. Absolutely nothing using the camera, Adrian. I have taken the time to do a lot of housekeeping of images and watch a lot of photography education videos. But I have been thinking of venturing out soon with the camera to the sea-front

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    • Yes I’m still lacking motivation. I was thinking of doing some sunsets as I see loads of people keep posting images. Sunrise would be better if I could motivate myself to get out of bed, plus sandy beach bit limited. Take care and stay safe. Hope son got back home ok.

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  2. Glad to see you back, Adrian, and praying that you and yours are all well. Even though these aren’t your usual images or at least not the ones I usually see here, they’re beautiful. The one with the three drops is especially appealing to me. Everyone seems to be doing those swirls these days and they’re lots of fun.

    Cheers!

    janet

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    • Hi Janet hope you are well?
      Over the years I’ve tried lots of photography genres and as we shouldn’t be out guess I’m stuck to whatever is at hand, glad you like them though.
      Yes, the swirls are fun and quick to do, i made an “Action” in Photoshop so i can just click that after I’ve been editing something and see how it looks, ideal to print out for background.
      Stay Safe
      kind regards
      Adrian

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  3. Hi Adrian, We are definitely on the same wavelength. These shots are sheer delight. The The flowers and the creative oil shots with their vibrant colors and backgrounds are so beautiful. Lucky you that you got the moon– not so much in SF. I really enjoyed this set.

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  4. Those are some amazing photos, Adrian. I haven’t taken many photos recently. I keep seeing that twirl technique and think I may try some experimentation with it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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