Each year in my local area, there is a patch of wildflowers which I go to photograph. It’s located between a car park and road, and really brings some colour to the area. It’s lovely for bees and humans alike, and I’d love to see more of this.
In my garden, I noticed that a patch of purple flowers had appeared. Looking closer I realised that they were bright purple crocuses! One of the main things I love about my garden is when new flowers pop up for me to photograph.
Snowdrops are known to be found primarily in the month of February. I came across some in a local park and decided to come back to photograph them. I love capturing flowers, and always find it hard during winter to find any in bloom. I always look forward to the first signs of spring, and seeing all of the flowers start to bloom again. Walking through the park, I came across a few different flowers in bloom which you can see below: