To finish this week’s wallpaper, a shot of the vividly orange flowers that you’ll find all over the mainland of Orkney. They’re in the towns and villages. They’re out in the countryside. They’re everywhere.
There’s something other-worldly about these flowers, standing on their own as they seek the sun.
I love colour contrasts, such as this shot of these purple flowers against the sea of very pale stalks of the plants.
This week’s theme is all about plants that have caught my eye when out and about.
I’m probably very guilty of posting many different variations on this type of shot, but I hope you don’t mind One of the reasons I switch to Canon is because I prefer how it sees greens, and I think it makes a nice wallpaper behind a desktop of icons.
This week’s theme is all about plants that have caught my eye. To start off, here we have an extreme close-up of a fan of leaves, as seen outside Salisbury Cathedral.