Tips for photographing roses 12: finding happiness

Tips on photographing roses 12 Finding happiness

If you’re still not getting the results you’d like with your garden photography, ask yourself if it makes you feel happy – and if it does, keep going! Perhaps taking pictures gets you out into gardens, encourages you to grow more plants, or simply helps you to remember places you’ve been. Taking pictures often makes you look at things a little differently, so even if the perfect shot seems elusive, remember, it really doesn’t matter as long as you’re having fun.

My wise, beautiful, 90 year old Mama occasionally got the fancy to draw a bird or animal, even though she was absolutely useless at it. I’m not being mean, honestly – what do you think?


But it made her happy and I will always treasure her drawings.

2 Replies to “Tips for photographing roses 12: finding happiness”

    1. Thanks Harriet – it’s one my grandmother drew – we always called her Mama. She would be very pleased that you liked it, though she was far too shy to ever share them herself.

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