Regular Random: Five Minute Photo Shoot of Seeds

For a while now, I have been wanting to join in with this photo challenge called “Regular Random Five-Minute”

Su Leslie (here) has been doing this challenge for years. So has Julz (here).

Now it is my turn…

Last October, I spent five minutes capturing some seeds. 

 

The seeds were near this little stream….

Care to join in?  Regular Random is a photography project from desleyjane pictures. There are two versions:

Version 1:

  • choose a subject or a scene
  • spend five minutes photographing it – no more!
  • try to not interfere with the subject, instead see it from many angles, look through something at it, change the light that’s hitting it
  • have fun!
  • tag your post #regularrandom and
  • ping back to Desley’s latest post

Version 2:

  • choose an object
  • spend five minutes photographing it – no more!
  • put the object in different locations to see how the background or surroundings can change the way the object looks
  • have fun!
  • tag your post #regularrandom and ping back

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29 thoughts on “Regular Random: Five Minute Photo Shoot of Seeds

    1. Oh that was a nice comment to read before I head off to dream land, thanks so much – and I have fun taking the photos – so that is what really counts. wishing you a nice week ahead

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  1. Yvette, After seeing your photos, I have a new appreciation of seeds. With Spring around the corner here, I may take some photos of seeds on my walks. I like all of the photos, especially the very delicate, white, wispy one. Interesting, fun, post.

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  2. That is a clever challenge to get our creative photo juices flowing and a great way to practise photography, using different angles etc. The main photo is just lovely. You have captured the delicate nature of the white tendrils of the seed beautifully, Yvette!

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  3. Lovely! I enjoy the ethereal fairy wishes milkweed plants let loose upon the breeze. I also love the fact that the plant draws butterflies. I grew a golden variety this year and the pods produced a lot of seeds with the fluff attached. I was thrilled. I saved some to plant. I’m hoping the original plant makes it through the winter, and that I can successfully start a few new plants from the seeds I collected.

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