Sigh. I might have just ticked off half a box from my bucket list; to be in a yellow field of flowers. This came pretty close, but not quite. How beautiful it was though! This occurrence and appearance is very rare as Kees (my second dad) told me, so I was super lucky to be able to witness this gorgeous field full of yellow, blue, pink, and red flowers. Yellow is my favourite colour, so everything about this little treasure made me feel just a little bit happier!
I then handed the camera to Kees and loved the results! It’s cool to see how other people can play around with your camera, and to experience their style of shooting.
Doesn’t that look just amazing?! Well, it was. Too bad the flowers are only there for a short time!
I came back a few hours later in the evening so that I could photograph the field and surroundings in a more soft light. I am in love with evening light! If I had waited maybe another half an hour, the results might even be more lovely.
The area is so quaint too. The road runs beside the water, with boats tied up everywhere, people fishing and kayaking, and farms illuminating the sky with that amazing ‘farmy’ smell…you know what I mean! And there was this model of a goat. He seriously stopped to pose like this. Cutie.
The last few I took in a beautiful park I love walking and biking through, and I stopped to get a bit of backlight behind those blow-flower-things… I’m not good with names okay. Then I took some shameless selfies with my friend the field behind me. My grandmother even knows what a selfie is now. I don’t know whether that’s a good or bad thing.
I’m not gonna tell you where this is, because I selfishly want to keep it a little bit for myself. But if I meet you one day, perhaps I’ll show you the way x