I know… I’m sorry! Yesterday I wasn’t able to post anything after this post :( My take home exam was not as easy as I thought, so… I had to put my focus and time to do it first and put the blog post in my second priority. But hey… I am here now :)
What is for today?
I would like to share my flower pictures because today we have such a wonderful weather here in Stockholm and of course a sunny day doesn’t complete without beautiful flowers every where for us to enjoy :D Please don’t ask me about the name of these flower, I am really bad with the name of every flower that I post here. Yeah, that’s not good but I’ve tried so many times to remember it’s name but I failed. Well… at least I managed to capture them in my own unique way haha! Some of them are wild flowers, they grow every where in many parks and forest all over Sweden. They might seem a normal flower but if you stop and examine them in details, they will show you their beauty. Every flower has their own character and trust me… none of them is boring, for me especially. It always fascinated me to see them and have a look closer at them and amazed by the prettiness. They are quite tiny little flowers but thanks to my macro lens which help me to make thousand pictures of them :D Don’t worry, I won’t put all of those photos here LOL!!!
Speaking about flowers, tulip is one of my favorite ones because it has many shapes from the first day it blooms till the last day when it has to drop the petals. But I found out this year that the old tulip *the one that has bloomed for a couple of days* has a amazing shape, it looks like a princess with her dancing gown. The third picture is one of many examples for -I called- the dancing tulip. Don’t you agree with me? Look at the shape of the -almost- dry tulip’s petal. Its texture makes it more interesting and believe me, I promise myself to shot more pictures of it. This year, honestly speaking I didn’t have time to go around as much as I want because of school, work and of course laziness some times :D but hopefully next year will be I got a better chance and more time to have a story of tulips from it begins to bloom till the end. We will see… *finger cross* :)
For my last photo, I would say that it is called dandelion *correct me if I am wrong* This one is dry already and I guess everybody knows how it look like when it is still fresh. Amazing to see how it changes color from a bright yellow to amazing delicate whitey color. Love… love… love it!!! I like to take picture of it when it loses some of the petal? *hmm… is it still call petal or…??!!* to make it easy I could say, I love to shot it when it is in its imperfection mode :D I think it tells more stories than the one that has just dry from a strong sunshine. You might not agree with me :D hihi this is just the way I see nature, complicated? Noooooo :P haha!! Wait a moment, strangely enough… I don’t have a picture of dandelion -so I called this- when it is in its yellow color. Hmmm… I should actually take picture of them in the beginning of spring season! Anyway… next time or… maybe tomorrow when the weather turns sunny :D
Friends, this is the story for today *maybe not the only story :D* about how I see flowers, how I captured them and how each of them told me its story. Hope you enjoy this post and see you in the next post about…. well, not decided yet :)
Stockholm, dym 08062012