Cup of Spring Posted on April 15, 2014 by Robyn Graham Photography “Expect to have hope rekindled. Expect your prayers to be answered in wondrous ways. The dry seasons in life do not last. The spring rains will come again.” – Sarah Ban Breathnach Spread the Word:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Simply exquisite. The focus is gorgeous, I love it in b&W and the zen feel is wonderful. Xx
Thank you ever so much Nita! I’m thrilled to know the photograph made you happy today…;-)
Love this in black and white!!
Thanks ever so much Nora! Blessing, Robyn
Many thanks Doro! Enjoy the week!
The monochrome works feel, because we can focus on the flower’s contours and lines.
Thanks Sally! I agree!
This is stunning, Robyn!
A heartfelt thank you Lisa! I loved your most recent post! You made the pink Daisy ( I believe that is the flower that was the subject of the photograph) dance! All my best to you my friend. Robyn
Superb, Robyn! So lovely in b&w!
Wow Susan, it must be my luck day! Two sentiments from you! Thank you!
Superb, Robyn! So lovely and dreamy in b&w.
Thank you Susan! Your compliments mean the world to me! Hugs! Robyn
You are so talented Robyn. I really love your images!
Oh Laura! Thank you so very much! I feel the same about your work! Have a wonderful evening! Robyn
Aww well thank you. It’s wonderful seeing all the talent out there. You have a wonderful evening too!
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Beautiful original submission Robyn. This is truly a classic photo that deserves all the accolades. It’s a timeless image that is perfect in every way.
Oh Andrew thank you so very much! I truly appreciate your kind words. That compliment of all compliments my friend! Blessings, Robyn
Many thanks Harold! I truly appreciate that!
Thank you so very much Natashajd!
Beautiful black and white, Robyn, very well done! And the very small depth of field is just perfect for the subject. Adrian
Many thanks Adrian! Such kind words to be presented with this morning. Smiles!
Its perfect in black and white. Thanks for visiting my blog. You have a beautiful blog.
Thank you Michael! And the pleasure was all mine!
just beautiful 🙂
Thanks so much Joshi! Enjoy the day!
Beautiful. A good choice of B&W. With flowers I usually like to see colour but on occasion, b&w is the way to go and this clearlyw as one of those occasions! 🙂
Thanks so much Adrian! You are right…..often times flowers need to be photographed in color. Not all flowers work in black and white and it is important to differentiate which do and which don’t. Of course this is subjective as is all art! Enjoy the day my friend!
The daffodil “cup” brings back one very special memory, Robyn.
Imagine a child “picking” a bunch but with very short stems, too short to put in a vase. But instead of sending her out to pick better ones, the mother and daughter tried something new, floating them “cup up” in a shallow crystal bowl and putting one colorful Jellly-bean in each cup…and all the guests–grandparents, aunts and uncles and friends–clapping with delight when they saw the arrangement in the center of the table!
I think I might cry.
Have a beautiful, blessed Easter, dear Robyn.
Oh Marylin! You and your beautiful, glorious memories! Thank for sharing it with me. You brought tears to my eyes. Sending hugs and warm wishes to you, Mary and your family for a blessed Easter! XO
That is so Mary. Brilliant save by a wonderful mother.