Let the challenges guide you.
As I finish up this week of posts, the one thing brought to mind is, I am not a writer. I enjoy the writing but I enjoy the photography even more. Why, maybe I am just a visual person. Before I finish up my entries completely allow me to cover one more thing that not only applies to flower photography but all types of photography.
There are days, or nights, you go out and images don't come easy. Nature gives us many challenges and just the thought of overcoming them will discourage some photographers. I find my vision grows more when challenged by these constraints, be it rain, wind, clouds, my mood or what ever the environment throws at me. When this happens get out and see the beauty in the rain, or the clouds the wind. Unless it is a safety issue, please know your limits, you will be amazed at how these elements can help you focus your attention on your natural world.
I hope you can use some of these ideas to go out and let them lead you into new adventures and growth in your photography.
A little breeze, arnica and lupine. A field of flowers can convey more about a place when other elements are included in the scene.