Looks like Spring has finally made its debut around here. Yesterday’s walk led me to the park near the river, where seagulls and ducks were busy frolicking in the puddles created by the melted ice between the trees. It was a sight to see.
It is officially Spring, but it doesn’t feel or look like it. Winter is still hanging around, not wanting to go. Granted these images were taken about a week and a half ago, the snow that you see on the ground hasn’t really melted at all. The main roads are mostly dry now, but traces of snow and ice are still clinging to the curbs. And the parks, well, nothing has changed since these photos were taken.
My Photoshop class is all about curves and colour corrections lately, and I’ve realized there is so much more I needed to know about curves. Yes I knew the basics, it seems there is always something new to learn everyday.
Looks like mother nature is giving us a little bit of a break from the torture of good ol’ winter. Temperatures have been hovering between minus 3 to plus 5 (Celsius) these past couple of days. After being in a deep freeze for almost a week straight, this kind of break is definitely welcomed by everyone.
I have almost forgotten about this little jewel of a place. I was coming back from my shoot one Saturday and decided to take the long way instead of the usual highway 15. I got to the spot just in time for the most amazing sunset I’ve seen all winter. The sky was brightly lit with red and orange hues that it almost looks like somebody set it on fire. It was cold, and I wasn’t dressed properly for the occasion so I only managed to grab a couple of shots. It was a perfect ending to one perfect day.
If you’ve been a follower of my blog, you may realize that I have posted quite a few photos taken at the Montreal Botanical Garden. This place is rich with photo opportunity, both in the greenhouses as well as outdoors (during summer time that is). They host several events year-round as well. It’s been a while since my last visit to the Garden, but I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see the Mosaiculture. It was on all summer, but since I have been really busy with work, I’ve only got the chance to take a peek last Saturday. So glad I did, because it was absolutely amazing! I have posted these same photos on my Facebook page, but I thought I’d post it here as well, since many of you haven’t “liked” my page yet ;) (hint! hint!). Anyways, enjoy the photos. I hope you like them. By the way, all these photos were taken with the new Sigma 35mm f/1.4 lens. Yep, I finally bought it, and I just love it!
Linking with the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge. This week’s theme is Saturated.