What to do with a vase of daffodils?

Place it on a table with an embroidered tablecloth, and take a few different images, from different angles! I restricted myself to one lens that I rarely use because it’s too heavy for me….

….first up, I stood on a step stool, and took an image looking down (tricky one, with my balance and the weight of the camera and lens!)

….next, an image taken against a pale blind with the sun streaming through:

Next, I opened the blinds and took an image against the sky and trees outside:

And finally, I moved sideways and took an image against the curtain:

Must say, I was quite pleased with these.




  1. the second and last images are my favorite of the four…thank you for the contemplation and study of light and perception.

  2. That was an enjoyable exercise, Sue. Thanks for sharing the lovely results. I especially like the second one. Looking forward to seeing those here, but not for some time yet.


  3. Nice work, Sue. All good, but the one against the blind is my favourite.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. a little sign of spring in your flat, Sue, that’s nice

  5. Number 3 is my favourite. It’s very interesting to see your different approaches though. Daffodils with added value 🙂

  6. Such a wonderful reminder of spring, Sue!
    Have a great weekend.

  7. A lovely collection from different viewpoints. An inspiration to do likewise.

  8. Suzanne

    The second image is by far and away the best in my opinion

  9. 4 again Sue! I do like the last one, lovely composition and lighting.

  10. The one against the sky is fab 🙂

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