spring’s spark

Coming fresh off of Easter weekend, I am feeling ignited by a surge of spring’s spark. From blossoms to blooms, sweet treats to Easter eggs, family to festivities, it seems that everyone was savoring a little piece of this season.

Although I captured a number of pictures this past week, for my Best Shot Monday, I have chosen to share something that spoke of tenderness, courage and hope. Capturing the intimate intricacies of something like this tiny peach blossom with my new Olloclip (which has a macro option for my iPhone) makes me swoon. I do believe I have found yet another creative muse!

Now it’s your turn to share your Best Shot today. We can’t wait to see what captured your spirit (and your lens) this week.

Comments

  1. says

    What I love about this photo is that it was taken at the local high school – a favorite place to shoot. Even after dozens of visits there, in all times of year and in all types of light, I still find new things with which to fill the frame. The ability to see old things in a new way – my favorite thing about photography.

    http://flic.kr/p/bKkcnH

  2. Rhonda says

    I noticed these leaves on a tree in my backyard yesterday. It was late in the afternoon, and I loved how green they looked with the sun behind them. They just looked so delicate and lacey while fluttering in the breeze. I took this with my iPhone, using the Hipstamatic app. I have a Canon 5D Mark II, but my iPhone is so nice for quick, on the fly shots; It can take amazing pictures.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rmockmt/6912264916/in/photostream

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