Spring is right around the corner here in the U.S. We all have our gifts and mine definitely do not include gardening. I have honestly been teased about having to “negotiate” with artificial flowers. I gave up years ago. It simply wasn’t fair to the flowers but I do love to grab some photos when I find something great. Take this sunflower; I was “wowed” when I found this row of towering plants at the back of our hotel in Colorado last summer. Each morning I would get my coffee and my camera and head out the back door and snap away until it was time to leave. Some of my shots were fantastic, others not so much.
I got this great shot of bees buzzing around and in the process almost got pegged by some of these pesky little yellow jackets. I love the levels adjustment option. It’s usually my first stop when I start to play with my photos. In this case the sun was very bright and the greens seemed a bit washed out so I added a simple levels adjustment to perk the colors up a bit. See the tiny bit of difference on the top and bottom?
Now it’s your turn. Go ahead, give it a try. I’m telling you it’s an amazing tool for your tool box. Or you could just grow insanely gorgeous flowers and take perfect pictures and make awesomely gorgeous pages of the whole growing experience. If that’s your thing then Boo just happens to have a new Collection called Romantic Gardener. It has something for gardeners of all kinds. There are snippers and clippers with birds and butterflies. There is even a little country frog and some gorgeous post cards and papers with the usual variety of flowers and greenery that is simply Boo.
I also found some more garden kits that might suit your upcoming green thumb extra activities.
Cottage Garden by Aimee Harrison
Camomile Lawn by Lou Cee
And if you just need some overlays to add some extra pizzaz to your paper or elements you might want to check out the Butterfly Garden Overlays by Boop Designs.
Now this should keep you busy. There are some beautiful kits in this store so plant a seed, add some water and what your garden grown. When it blooms and you get those not so perfect shots just remember to whip out the levels tool and play, play, play.