Last year I played a little with forced perspective. The pictures are a little blurry, but the kids still think it was fun.
This year I have a new lens that should be right for FP pictures, so maybe I should give it another try 🙂
Winter has come and everything is shrouded in a fine layer of ice. In the morning it is so cold you can see your breath, and your cheeks instantly get a rosy glow. The lantern at my front door has produced the finest lacey ice crystals.
In the backyard there were ice on everything too.
All the bushes and all the dead flowers look so pretty when they shroud themselves in a layer of frost.
Last summer I played around with close up, and I especially like this image of a fluffy dandelion just before it loses all of its hair. Bald dandelions are just sad.
This is an old bus stop close to where I live. It looks so sad and lonely, standing alone in the middle of nowhere.
I was walking around, minding my own business, when I suddenly came across a dinosaur about to eat the moon. Luckily he got distracted, it would have been disastrous to loose the moon.