After by Bethany Deschamp

if you are looking for advice on how to keep plants alive, i am not the girl you should come to.  they say that if you want to have a baby, you should test out your mothering on a plant.  but that is just plain bad advice.  seriously, my plant game may be awful but my little baby girl is perfectly happy!  and plus, babies are so much easier than plants…at least they cry or get your attention when they are thirsty!  plants are just out of sight, out of mind for me.  but that stage after the full bloom can be just as beautiful and definitely work picking up your camera for.

after returning from a wagon ride with our little girl, i noticed our once vibrant roses were now pretty brown.  and by pretty brown, i mean dead and crispy.  i found their final state to be gorgeous and worth grabbing my camera for.  as i photographed their crispy brown petals, i whispered that i would try harder with them the following year.  because let’s be real, these things just keep coming back.  it’s like they give me a second chance again and again and again.  how kind of them?  don’t tell them that i plant on replacing them next year with something less high maintenance.

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After by Bethany Deschamp

After by Bethany Deschamp | Bethadilly Photography

this photo was achieved using : my nikon and wide angle lens.

my settings were : ISO 100 | f/1.4 | 1/320ss

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