Signs of Spring at the Hermitage Museum
Despite the lingering chill in the air, I'm certain that spring has begun to arrive. Everywhere you look, there are signs of life, sprouts of new growth, and signals of hope. The sunlight seems a little brighter, the days are growing longer, and the buds are tickling the back of my throat. I was able to spend a few hours this week with my incredible photography friends at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens. We weren't sure what we would find it bloom, but we were pleasantly surprised with all of the beauty that was begging to be photographed. We relished in the warmth of the sunlight and hardly minded the challenges that presented to creating our images. I spent the afternoon shooting with my Lensbaby Edge 80 looking for tiny bits of beauty wrapped up in the tangle of new growth.
Viewpoints is a monthly collaborative blog share focused on a collective love of landscape photography. Follow the circle around to see my friend Kathy's views from the beautiful Biltmore Estate this month.
Virginia Beach photographer Jennifer Carr is a landscape and portrait photographer currently booking portrait sessions and photography lessons in the Coastal Virginia Hampton Roads area, including Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and Norfolk.