Color your World – Forest Green – Sunday Stills

A photograph of our Golden Retriever on his walk at Ashenbank Woods with its emerging bluebells.

Camera: Fujifilm X-T100
Lens: XC15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ
F/Number: f/5.6
ISO: 200

Focal Distance: 15 mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320 sec
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop
Photographer: Bren Ryan

The photo I have chosen this week really fits into three photography challenges… with the bluebells emerging and the forest green colour of the trees added with it the woods being such a lovely space. I just couldn’t resist using this image for the challenges below.

Posted as Part of Tourmaline’s Color Your World Photography Challenge, XingfuMama’s Whatsoever is Lovely – Week 17 and Terri’s Sunday Stills – Emerging.


13 responses to “Color your World – Forest Green – Sunday Stills”

  1. So lovely and peaceful! I’m trying to avoid the challenge system, Bren, but I’m still out there, doing what I do. Many thanks for the follow.

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    1. Thank you xx. If you change your mind at a later date.. then the offer is still there xx


  2. What a gorgeous image of spring green and the emerging bluebells, Bren! Welcome to Sunday Stills and hope you can share your fab photography more often. What a great name for a photo studio–the combo of your names.

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    1. Thank you Terri… I’m so pleased to have found the challenge xx

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  3. That is truly spring green. It almost emits light of its own.Beautiful.

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  4. So pretty! I love bluebells. I’m a week late commenting from Sunday stills but better late than never right.

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    1. Thank you worries, I’m always late on commenting and challenges xx


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