April showers bring the Top 10 Flower Power Pics of May
If there is some truth to the phrase, "April showers bring May flowers" then the photos i've rounded up will surely hold up to that statement. I know, not everybody is mad crazy about the flower power, but you must admit, when it comes to shooting something that is natural and true, mother nature never disappoints.
I've rounded up what I consider to be the Top 10 Flower Power for the month of May. There are no doubt, thousands to choose from and I wish I could list them all, but here you go.
1. @Saurabh via Lightbox
With the addition of the blurred background, this one gives and artistic oil pain feel to it. The dew drop is an added bonus. The colors are spot on as well.
2. @Dten via Streamzoo
The soft focus and light leak gives this photo a dreamy feel. Excellent work on drawing the viewer into the picture.
3. @dSparman via Streamzoo
I love macro shots and you get the best of both worlds with this picture. Great detail and the green background sets this flower up perfectly.
4. @konuz2010 via Lightbox
The rolling clouds and low profile composition adds great dramatic feel.
5. @lolo_bby via Instagram
The vignetting encompasses this photo very well, keeping the viewers eyes centered on the subject flower with a nice bed of flowers in the background.
6. @mizdior_gf via Streamzoo
Great tonal balance from flowers and background. The lens flare adds a special touch as well. Another photo that gives the feel of a painting. Great work!
7. @Elenitsa_t via Streamzoo
Excellent light flare and sun ring that encompasses this flower shot. The bokeh is a great touch as well.
8. @busebaykut via Instagram
Great soft focus here and love the arrangement of the flowers. Shadowing also adds a great feel to this picture.
9. @adiliceeous via Streamzoo
What a gem when we just look all around us. What may have been missed turned into a wonderful moment shared with man. With the grunge of the surroundings, it adds more beauty to the simpleness of the flower. Great shot.
10. @larkandsparrow via Instagram
I guess I did kind of save my best for last. I love the open field, light flare and bokeh of circles. Having open pastures in the background draws you into the photo and give "realness" to it. The low profile shot composition also adds great feel to the picture.
All of the photos are great shots by very talented artist. Next time you are out on a shoot, don't forget what mother nature has to offer.