Hello everyone I hope you are doing well today. I've got a new photography blog and it's some photographs from the past few days. So I hope you do enjoy and let's get started with the blog post.
Well starting off, I have some photographs here from a trip last weekend. On Saturday we were out for the usual errands of that day. The weather was a staying still for a while with just the clouds, however by the time it had arrived for us to go home. The rain started to poor down heavy on the way back.
While the rain storm was going on, it started to get darker as the evening was ending and the clouds were covering across the sky. looking outside the car window I could see that the rain was pouring down raindrops on the window. So I thought I would try and capture the essence of the weather by taking photographs on our way back home.
This method of taking shots of the raindrops on the glass while the car was moving was pretty difficult for me to pull off. The movement of the vehicle and trying to get the camera to not focus straight out of the window wasn't in my favor. But nevertheless I still managed to pull a few photographs from that day and there quite alright.
Moving on with the blog post. With the next day after the storm, we needed to trim of some branches away from the roof of our house. While cleaning up the piles of branches on the other side of the fence, there was something different than I've seen before in our yard. There was a very unusual plant on the fence line that wasn't our own. This "grass like plant" from what I could gather is (Liriope muscari) Lilyturf or Border Grass.
It's flower part of the plant are quite lovely looking so, I think it will be a nice little addition to the side of our fence. Also the photograph below of the flower bundle, wasn't from that day it was actually from the day afterwards when I went and checked back on it. Because I wanted to know whether the bulbs were going to open or not.
This photograph right down here was from the day, I did had found the mystic plant. Which the flower bulbs were still closed up on that day, just before the one photograph above.
Additionally there was also a White mushroom outside in the backgarden as well. It turned up just after the storm had blew through from our area. It only lasted within a day, but I'm glad I took the time to take the photograph before it disappeared.
Furthermore there was a female Red Bellied Woodpecker. On the oak tree in the yard, which this photograph was from about a week ago. I however didn't mange to take the male woodpecker as he had moved ahead from the tree branch. But my mother took a recording and with the edit help from my older brother, made a video of the woodpecker couple being really adorable and sweet. You can see it right here.
Lastly I have a quick photograph of this very large dragonfly. I however didn't like the whole color scheme of the photo, so it ended up being monochrome instead in the end.
Well I do hope your doing well today and I see you till next time with another new photography blog that will be about still life/Fine art photography.
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