As always, not only was I was struck by the beautiful patterns that nature offers, but also by the beauty of monochrome colours.
Today we went for a walk at Cameron Lodge Garden in Mount Macedon which is renowned for its beautiful historical gardens. Many of the gardens are over a 100 years old and contain fine examples of rare northern hemisphere trees and shrubs. As we enter autumn the colours and fungi are magnificent.
Most people who know me will know that harvest, and therefore fruit and seeds, are uppermost in my mind at the moment. Inspired by the colours of the Banksia I’ve experimented with shots of Milk Thistle, Dandelions, etc in monochrome with red and orange filters. Best view is to click on the photo.
Autumn is well on the way, everything is changing….