And good morning to you, too!
I finally had time to scan my film I shot last weekend up at the botanical garden. I have just recently picked up an Olympus OM-4T. To see if it worked, I used it completely on auto mode, essentially aperture priority. It worked really well! The film is an old standby, Ultramax 400, which is a pretty nice, inexpensive color negative film. I pushed a bit here and there in post, but the beauty of the film always comes through.
I always want to photograph this section of a trail in my neighborhood. I think this one finally captures it . . .
This is one of my favorite shrubs in California – the Fremontia – it blooms for a short period, and the bright yellow blossoms make a dramatic presentation. Always worth finding!
These leaves caught my attention the other day when I was out looking at the spring flowers in bloom. It’s irony was not lost on me.
I went flower hunting this morning.