Tuesday, April 14, 2009
I decided to photograph this year's Easter Lilly. I wasn't expecting anything, because each year I try and make something different, and I am running out of ideas, unless the blossom ends up in some kind of spectacular light. That wasn't the case this year. So I set those photographs aside. But the next day, the light was different, and I tried a close-up, and then for some reason backed away, and found it was more interesting to include the whole blossom, and some of the other parts of the plant in the background. Sometimes simple and direct is better.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 10:05 PM