Having read a blog post a couple of days ago by Emily Carter Mitchell – Nature & Wildlife Photography regarding the various apps she was currently using for editing her phone photos, within moments I’d downloaded them also.😂
Thank you Emily – as you can see, DistressFX is already a firm favourite!
This pink flower that was amongst my mother’s day bouquet had the most petals I have EVER seen on a flower.
The mind-boggling part was that there were still more petals near the centre that had yet to release!
It’s hard to say if this is a white spider-mum or on seeing the green towards the centre, if this could actually be an albino spider-mum. If there is such a thing, lol.
Regardless of the answer, it’s still a very beautiful bloom!
The only thing better then photographing sunflowers is editing them!
It’s one of those few times I really enjoy the colour yellow!
Such an old-world flower deserved an old-world feel hence the grunge filter. Ah yes, I do like the filter-fun the iPhone allows one to have (an understatement some would say, lol).
Seldom do I take a photo of an iris that I like but with the simply addition of a filter, I’m fine.
These lilies are always so striking. Whether they are in the garden, in a pot, or in an arrangement such as mine, they look so surreal.
What can I say – they say it loud, they say it proud!
In amongst the wonderful assortment of greens and flowers of my Valentine’s flowers were some Heritage Hydrangeas. Some of my all-time favourite flowers.
Seeing these blooms included was so exciting as it’s been forever since there have been fresh hydrangeas in the house, woohoo!