Photographing Spring

Tulip. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Photographing Spring

Happy Spring once again! Mother Nature is coming back to life or trying to, anyway.

The other day, I was looking through older posts and came across this one called Photographing Spring. I spruced it up, a bit. Here’s the updated version of it.

Spring is finally here! So, what does spring mean to us and how do we capture it in our images?

Some of us may associate spring with renewal, rebirth, longer days and warmer temps, a fresh start, nature coming back to life, buds and flowers, and green nature making its way through the blanket of snow.

I’m not much into photographing flowers, and I wouldn’t really spend money on flowers (better save it to buy that lens that I’ve been eyeing for a while now). That said, I do love tulips. So, once in a while, I do photograph tulips.

Canvas Art

Here’s a #tbt image, a pinhole image of a bed of tulips I captured several years ago:

Bed of Tulips. Pinhole Photography by Alina Oswald. All Rights Reserved.
Bed of Tulips. #Pinhole Photography by Alina Oswald. All Rights Reserved.

Here are two more #tbt images of #tulips captured with a Lensbaby composer:

Art Prints

I’ve also always liked #snowdrops. They represent the first signs of spring.

Again, I wish you all a Happy Spring! To longer and hopefully warmer days (at least in the northern hemisphere) 🙂

As always, thanks for stopping by.

Alina Oswald


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