Hello, my friends!
I’ve been saving this dewdrop photoshoot for several months, as you will see from the green-ness and flowers in this post. Since, of course, I’ve posted countless similar photoshoots (but I can’t help it!), I decided to edit these pictures a little differently. Although I took them all at the same time, I had fun editing some to look like they were taken at golden hour or even at night. You know me and my photo editing experiments, right? 😛
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this small dose of sunshine and growing things for a winter day!
Grass with dew still fascinates me after photographing it for years. Hehe. Especially in the morning when the sun makes the greens glow and the water drops sparkle. Just so fresh and lovely, isn’t it?
Look, it’s a flower! We’ve already been planning for our next garden for a while now, and seeing these pictures in winter just makes me more excited, ahh.
I’m pretty sure I took this one in a field because I don’t think the grass is this long in our yard. 😉
I’ve discovered that the asparagus bed looks gorgeously shimmery and silvery with water drops or frost. I remember taking these photos in October and being impressed with their wintriness. These two do look icy!
Did you know asparagus plants look all feathery and dainty like this after the edible spears disappear?
I found two cute little asparagus berries hanging out together like a pair of cherries. (Nice rhyme…)
Ahh, more flowers! I love the bokeh and sparkle in these marigold pictures. ❤
I was trying to capture the tiny dewdrops in the center of this zinnia, but they’re kind of hard to see unless you zoom in…
Goodness, this was a while ago! We still had baby plants in our winter garden.
I love the bokeh and lighting with this lavender plant!
Ahh, this one makes me happy because it has three of my favorite things – flowers, dewdrops, and purple. 🙂
I will always go for a simple water drop photo like this. 🙂
Okay, now we’re getting to the different edits. I toned down the brightness here to make it look like I took it at golden hour.
And here’s another photo, taken at the same time as the first grass photo in this post, but exposure-adjusted to look like night. Hehe, I have way too much fun editing photos. XD
A night buttercup. This reminds me of the “dramatic florals” post I did here – remember?
This is the last picture of grass, don’t worry. But LOOOK! I love how colorful the bokeh is here! It seems like New Year’s grass or something. 😛
We shall end with another dark flower picture. There’s something pleasing about blacking out the background so you can only see your subject. I’ll have to try it more often.
And that’s it for now, guys! Whether you get as excited by dewdrops and photo editing as I do, I hope these sparkly pictures brightened your day a bit. 🙂
Which photo was your favorite? Do you like the day, golden hour, or night edits best?
Thanks so much for reading, my friends, and have a lovely day!
P. S. Photos taken with my Nikon D3400 and a 35mm lens. Edited in Lightroom.