The Northern Hemisphere is breaking into Spring, or at least they are thinking that the environment should be, so I felt this photo appropriate to the Lens and Pens Phoneography Challenge- Nature this week.
I have not noticed any great change, this year, in our weather pattern, but, this far north, that is not surprising. Generally, a cooler change comes through in Easter, so we have some way to go with the humidity yet. And the air con at work was broken, making for quite unbearable conditions when you can’t open the building’s windows! Listen to myself!!
- Aren’t we in the modern world spoilt for luxury?
When I feel the heat is too much, I should think of women wearing corsets and long black dresses in 37 degree c heat, iduring Australia’s pioneering days, when the only shelter, from the blistering heat, was a slab hut with a tin roof…. then I would really have something to complain about!
So, back to the photograph for this week. The blue flowers, below, were true to the colour as they show up here. I first took the photo with my Canon point and Shoot and the blue hue showed up being really washed out, so I took another with the Nexus 4, and this was the result (no filters and unedited):
I have also included the second photo so you can see the ‘Bigger’ picture, and have a point of reference for the flowers. The flowers look out on the following vista.
Both taken in Spectacular Norway.
Something truly marvellous to ponder about. Join in with Sally and the other participants. There is a different theme each week.