21.4.16

Spring in "my park".


I haven’t quite finished with Brittany, but will make a little interruption. Just have to illustrate the SPRING, again of course in “my park”. (A already showed the top photo on Facebook. Sorry for the repeating.)

All the flowers were waiting for a visit, but not all were as lucky as the one showed on the top.



Here are some more general views.





12 comments:

Michelle Ruggio said...

You take such lovely photos...what kind of camera do you use? Thank you for sharing your talent! :)

Peter Olson said...

Michelle: Thanks! :-) A compact - Canon G16 - with automatic settings.

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Lovely pictures. And brilliant colours. My mother, who is passionate about gardening, would be very happy to see these

Oh, and here's wishing you a very happy birthday! May this year bring you the very best

Synne said...

The colours of spring never cease to amaze me. These photos are gorgeous!
I am actually going to Paris in a week - finally, almost three years after I moved back! - but I'm only in town for four days, and I'm afraid I won't be able to get together for a glass... Next time!
Have a great day, Peter!

Jeanie said...

Oh Peter, spring has indeed come to your park, too. These are gorgeous! Seeing all this wonderful color is a beautiful way to start my morning!

I realized today -- on your birthday, in fact (and the Queen's!) that it was about four years ago at this time that we headed to Paris and sometime in this zone we were lucky enough to meet you in person. A lovely time and memory!

Meanwhile, have a very happy birthday. I hope your celebrations are wonderful in every way!

Anonymous said...



Au photographe impeccable, au parfait magicien de cet art...
¡Feliz Cumpleaños!

http://youtu.be/bskITBnC4RQ

Maria

andrew1860 said...

Such a beautiful color yellow! Your photo's are amazing. I feel like I'm in Paris. Paris is amazing in the Springtime, I can't wait to be there in a few months!

claude said...

Super joli !
Tu fais comme moi, un safari photos.
Le jaune prédomine et les canetons sont très mignons.

Studio at the Farm said...

What beautiful photos, Peter!!! We can never get too much Spring [at least I can't]
I would like to ask if you'd mind my using your duckling photos as painting references?
Kathryn

Peter Olson said...

Kathryn: Of course you may! What an honour it would be! :-)

joanny said...

Great macro photo's and lovely ducks, nice to know what type of camera you use. Happy Birthday, Peter!

Thérèse said...

De quoi respirer à fond le printemps qui n'est pas encore apparu partout en France.