Friday, 9 September 2011

An Hour in the Gardens

The hours at work got changed around on Wednesday because we had to have some random team meeting - it was all surrounded in mystery yet wasn't exciting at all. Same old same old. So work didn't start till ten yet had to still get the same eight am bus to work which left an hour to entertain myself in York's museum gardens. The trees are on the very verge of turning and falling, one of my favourite aspects about autumn is the colouring of nature. I thought i'd give myself a challenge to try some more landscapey/building photographs but as you can see my macro flower shots always sneak in. I'm have plans of getting some of my shots printed off and framed arty for our flat, perhaps they'll give me some more inspiration of a morning. 

19 comments:

  1. You have a banging camera! And apparently you know how to use it. Bravo! Beautiful pictures.

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  2. You are such a talented photographer, Rachael! Seriously stunning photos here! Your flower shots are really captivating!
    ♥ laura

    the blog of worldly delights

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  3. Thank you guys! I can't wait to improve my camera [it's just a tiny megapixal point and shot] in the next couple of months - hope it works a lot of magic!

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  4. absolutely gorgeous shots!
    faye xo

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  5. You take the most beautiful pictures x

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  6. my question is....how in the world can you leave such a beautiful place. Wonderful pics
    (still can't post comments....)
    ROBIN
    robinlynn65@yahoo.com
    my-lovelydisaster.blogspot.com

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  7. The photography is just amazing! You have an incredible eye, I'm loving the flower ones the best.

    xoxo
    style roulette

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  8. Such a beautifully tranquil place! x

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  9. Hi Rachael,

    I am a new follower to your blog and enjoy your posts=) I am an American looking to talk to people living abroad to get their take on culture internationally. I've lived in PA my whole life, and plan on traveling and living outside of the US eventually.

    So I'll be popping over to your page and reading your posts. Hope you don't mind ;) If you have any questions about the US (you probably dont,but figured I'd offer) Let me know!

    Vanessa=)

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  10. AMAZING photos! Really stunning scenery! I love that classic architecture!

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  11. These are gorgeous, you should definitely print them off, they would look lovely put up in your home.

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  12. ah these pictures are so pretty! love it!

    love, rach.
    www.so--hi.blogspot.com

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  13. These are incredible! I especially love that sunflower shot. It makes me really happy to look at. haha, I'm weird I know.

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