10 February 2012

My Photos Of Real Flowers

Three years ago I felt in love with photography. One day I realized that I really want to try myself in this sphere.
Before I bought my camera, I already learned its 96 page manual :)) Though technical books are more common to be read by men, I found it very interesting. So, when I got the camera, I already new all its settings.

After couple of weeks I decided to take photo lessons at one of famous local photographers. I really enjoyed this course, and since then my camera was always with me.

My friends and family were happy to have someone who is always ready to take their pictures.
However, due to increased amount of orders on my clay flowers (which makes me very happy!) now I can not spend so much time on photography, and majority of photos I am taking are the ones of my handmade flowers.

Nonetheless, I can't miss the flower blooming season at my parents garden. I absolutely love to take the pictures of real flowers my mum is growing near their house.

Here are some of them I took during the last two spring-summer seasons.
Hope you will enjoy them as I do!

Sometimes I am asked to sell my pictures in order to be put in the frames to decorate home interior, to make wall posters or to make a gift to someone who loves photography and flowers.

Recently, I decided to put some of my photos to my Etsy shop as well. So, if you are interested in flower photo printouts, you are welcome to visit my shop's photography section here.

Can't exactly tell the name of this flower, but it is very similar to lily. 


Unfortunately, don't remember the name of this flower

  Lovely bumblebee

Butterfly on blackeyed flower


 Peach tree flowers and rhododendrons

 Peony and iris


 Don't remember the name of this flower, but looks similar to bell-flowers

 Shrub roses and beautiful acalypha

I took a picture of this red poppy field on the way to my best friend's house. It was soooo beautiful, and luckily I had my camera in the car.

 I have many more flower pictures in my album, and will definitely share some of them with you later.

Can't wait for next spring-summer season to come! :))

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