With the winter sun weakening and shining from lower angles in the sky there are patterns in the garden that only appear at this time of the year.
And indoors there are winter light patterns too.
I’m exploring the macro on my point and shoot digital camera. I went about the garden this morning and snapped a few shots in the low, grey light of the day.
The pink berries of the fuchsia procumbens
Veriya “Saxon Glow”
The thick, glossy leaf of the Chatham Island Forget-me-not
While it feels like deep winter both in temperature and light levels today , two photos speak strongly of spring…..I’ve left those two until the end because we must be patient and wait.
Fuzzy buds swelling on the deciduous Magnolia
And a daffodil head……not long to wait for this flower