Many photographers love nature, and I want to believe that most of us respect nature. Although I occasionally get off the beaten tracks, I consider myself to be in this category. I try not to crush any plants and respect the holes, nests and other residences of the animals living in the area. But there are some photographers who
Like mentioned in my previous post, a national supermarket had a cool promotion. Learning children that vegetables don’t come out of a jar, but grow on plants. Today, I’ll show you how the radish grew. It was a fun experiment, and the radish tasted very well!
A national grocery store had a cool promotion last spring. For every ten euros spent, you received some vegetable plant seeds. I decided to capture the growth process of two: the tomato plant and radish plant. Below are the photos for the tomato plant, sorted from week one to the last week. And it didn’t end well…
Halfway through the month of August, I always start to monitor the heathland that is surrounding my city. This is the time that it will start blooming. And it is always a great sight, even more if you are able to find a wide open field. With August just behind us, you might have a last chance before the heather will