Mish’s Garden Springtime: Bleeding Hearts, Tulips, Daffodils

Here are some garden images that I took over the years. I have accumulated many images, and these are early ones.

Angelique Tulips and Bleeding Hearts 

 

Bleeding Hearts and Golden Ducat Daffodils

The two images are this page were taken when I was still using film. I do not have the details but I believe I was using something like a 28-70 zoom lens on the tulip shot and a 100 mm macro lens on the daffodil image.

Normally I like everything sharp, but in these images I used open apertures to throw the backgrounds out of focus.

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3 thoughts on “Mish’s Garden Springtime: Bleeding Hearts, Tulips, Daffodils

  1. Hi Mish,

    When you switched over to the new company I lost the daily blog posts you send out regarding the market, your opinion, etc.

    I have tried and tried to get back on that mailing list but have been unable to do so.

    I still receive your photography (which is splendid!!).

    Can you help me get grant@kirkup.ca back on the daily email list?

    Many thanks for your troubles!!

    Grant

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