..with nary a macro lens at hand, the best way to get a close up shot is to use the longest focal length you have.. i forgot where i got that tip, but it works for me.. here’s a red tulip (i can’t really identify what variant it is though..)
..still from the green themed post, here’s a woman chilling under a cherry blossom tree..
..continuing on with the green theme, a kid nonchalantly lounging on the grass..
..still from last year’s event, here’s a cosplayer.. i didn’t know what character she was so i just picked this image with her back to me..
i bet you’re thinking.. “ptooey?! that’s it? that’s soo creative..” i guess creativity goes down a few notches after spending the whole day watching a few b movies.. dont’cha think?
On the way out of the Botanical Garden after a day’s stroll, there was this kid sitting on a stone staring at something.
This being my first visit to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, I didn’t expect a lot. Aside from the great landscapes, the cherry blossom trees & the relaxing atmosphere, it was a fun stroll. I even saw & chatted with some of the members of the Brooklyn Camera Club.
Here’s a tulip, don’t know what specie this one is though.