New Growth

Today I foolishly went out for a walk without my camera. I only wanted to stretch my legs and get a breath of fresh air before getting back to my writing, but I soon regretted leaving it behind. I found all the new growth and Spring flowers quite captivating. Luckily, for once, I had remembered to take my phone along with me and I was soon pulling it out to take pictures. As I’m sure you can imagine, my walk ended up taking a lot longer than I’d planned. Hopefully I’ll be heading out along the same route again some time this week – and this time I’ll be taking my proper camera with me!

All the shots in the gallery were taken on my phone camera – a Samsung Galaxy S4.

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25 Comments on “New Growth

    • I found it surprisingly good for close ups but have never been all that impressed with more distant shots. Thanks for visiting. 🙂

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  1. Love the close-ups. It took me a moment to recognise the dandelions because they look so big…

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    • I like close-ups of flowers. 🙂 Those were the only dandelions I spotted on the walk and it was tricky to get a shot that wasn’t obscured by grass!

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  2. Lovely photos! Most of the shots on my blog are taken with my Galaxy S3. Samsung seems to have good cameras on their phones.

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    • Thank you! They take particularly good close-ups. I’d only used it for more distant shots before and they were always a bit ‘meh’. I’m glad you like them. 🙂

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  3. Beautiful! Gorgeous! Lucious! I hope you keep this post in mind because I am working on a post that relates. Nice shots! Trying to catch up with all my emails….medical stuff slowed me down.

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