“what a strange thing!
to be alive
beneath cherry blossoms”
― kobayashi issa
(for the monthly photo challenge named the changing seasons, which runs from the 7th to the 15th day of each month throughout the year, hosted by Cardinal Guzman)
*shot with nikon d700, nikkor 16-35mm f/4 lens, edited in lightroom 5, added camera vivid v4 setting, spring appears to have commenced*
22 thoughts on “changing (seasons) #04”
It’s a different editing style for you Andy! Very cool. I really like the photos with the mirror and with the cross and out of focus blossoms. Spring has sprung indeed. Glorious!
Thank you DJ, felt I needed to try something a little lighter! 😉
Ton Cardinal se prend pour Dieu , pour avoir le pouvoir de changer de saison, en appuyant sur le bouton rouge des Présidents du Monde …?!!!
une perspective différente, je vous remercie
I like it. It’s almost this kind of cold and industrial feeling in the photos, but here & there you can see small signs of spring. Like nature is coming with a warning: “we’re about to reclaim this area”.
Thank you Cardinal. yes, even her, nature prevails…
I like the light touch of spring. I like the 77 shot! I remember the graphic from your earlier post.
Thank you! And for noticing that detail, I am fascinated be watching how the world changes around us through such tiny things.
Thank you again Lucile!
You’re most welcome!
The circle gallery works very well for these photos! And yes, they might even appear a little more cheerful than the usual… Way to go. I should think 😉
Thank you. And you know, I may become even more cheerful yet!
I great collection. I love the signs of Spring even among all of the man-made structures. 🙂
Thank you! It is remarkable how even the most brutal scenes can be transformed by a few emerging little buds…
Great set of images! Wonderful work.
Thank you Malin!
ooh i am lovign the colours in these and the circles are funky it makes the one with the mirror give the eyes a work out when looking at it, fab perspective x
Thank you Justine, I decided to try a different approach this time 😉
it defo did work 😀
Thank you (again) then!