So today is world bee day, a day of celebrating these amazing insects which do so much for the planet. I love photographing bees and try to get as close as possible without disturbing them. I’ve recently bought an extender for my macro lens and look forward to it arriving so I can try it out! Here are some bee photos I took last year during the summer, when they were out in an abundance.
April was a great month, I begun to get out a bit more and explore new places as restrictions eased. I also began shooting headshots again which is one of my favourite things to do. As well as photography, I organised a beach clean which is taking place in June on Bognor Beach.
It’s been a varied month, and I began to feel like things were becoming more normal as time went.
Here are some of my favourite photos I took throughout the month:
After going to Cissbury Ring, it was only right to visit Chanctonbury Ring too.
It was definitely a different experience to Cissbury Ring. This time, the walk started in a woodland area up a hill where I saw a grand tree with its roots exposed. Once up the hill I was greeted by lots of open space. There were many different routes, and I ended up walking about six miles, the trials seemed like they would never end.
Here are some photos I took on my walk, showing my favourite parts:
April is known for it’s abundance of bluebells, and I unfortunately missed them last year as I was working hard on finishing University. This year I’m going to be capturing as many bluebells as I can, and my favourite shot will be featured in my next yearly calendar!
Here are some photos from my first trip to a local park:
I love driving around my local area, and going for walks in beautiful areas. I have a list of places I’ve been wanting to go to for a while, and with restrictions easing, I thought I’d start with one of the most local: Cissbury Ring.
March was a great month for photography, and brought a range of new subjects to capture. More flowers began to bloom, I made some more DIY backdrops, and picked up an old project to carry on working on.