Raindrops On Crystal Clear Glass | An Eye Watering Moment of Success!!!

As I have a passion for photography on quite a wide scale, I was really pleased to have got some photos of the raindrops on the glass, which, to my surprise, had a delicate, yet relaxing and personal feel to them at the same time, given the fact that there was a lot of cold weather at the beginning of 2015.

After the bad weather passed, nature left behind a beautiful path of vibrancy and tranquility, as the raindrops had carefully positioned themselves in a lot of different places, and because the raindrops didn’t move for quite a while, I was able to take to using my Nikon D3300 DSLR to take these photos, and also at the perfect time too.

Mother Nature has not only left behind a beautiful path of her own, but she has made the destruction of the weather show a beautiful, relaxing and peaceful side to it as well. These photos I took can also be found on my main website, Mother Nature.

If you want to at any time, please feel free to download these photos for personal use to use as a set of wallpapers :-).

Alex Smithson

I’m Back!!! Sorry for the long wait.

Hello everyone, I’m back!!! I’m sorry if I haven’t been able to commit to Mother Nature Photography much since I started it up as I had my college studies to worry about. It feels good to be back. Whilst I’ve been away from this website for some time, despite publishing articles on my currently used Mother Nature website, I have been making sure to take into account the amount of work I had to do, and thankfully, as I finished college for the year last week with a high merit grade and two certificates, this will now give me the chance to commit to Mother Nature Photography and also Mother Nature on a balanced scale.

As per usual, I will be making sure to re-live some of the photographical moments I have created over the space of the two years that I’ve operated my original website, Mother Nature, by doing another showcase of some of the same photos that I have already used on Mother Nature alone in Mother Nature Photography.

Also, whilst I’ve been away, I worked on my third book, which I had released exactly one week ago today, and over the space of 9 months, I have worked effortlessly to make sure that the book became a reality, and to much of my excitement, my third book: “My Journey Through a Lens” was finally released on Independence Day.

To your right, I have, just like I’ve already done on Mother Nature, added the Free Books section, which will be useful if you want to download the three books I have released so far from either website.

Aside from that, I feel absolutely glad to be back, but stay tuned, as I will be publishing another article before 8:00 PM :-).

Alex Smithson

Battersea Park: A Look Back on the Dusty Miller of 2013.

As I travel back to two years ago, when we had the scorching hot weather from the Summer of 2013, I have chosen to take a look back on another one of my most notable works from 2 years ago, and that is the Dusty Miller. After doing some research last year into this plant, I was taken by surprise as to how delicate the Dusty Miller was, though I was really pleased with the overall result that I had got with this particular photo overall.

This photo gives off more of a wintry appearance, even though it was taken during the Summer. Considering the fact that this type of plant has that wintry appearance, it also has a wide glow on it overall, given the fact that it feels like it is trying to glow in the dark, but instead glow during the day.

It is a beautiful, beautiful plant that I’ve seen before, and I was absolutely delighted to have taken this photo, because it can be used quite often now as an actual wallpaper, or either that, as a canvassed image. This photo has more of sentimental value to it, as it is another one of my best photos that I’ve taken, as it is the type of photo that once it is taken, it can’t be taken again in the same way that the original photo was taken.

Overall, my general overview on this photo is that I feel extremely pleased with the final result, as this is something that I have been able to call my own, and that no-one else can copy it at all, and pass it off like as if it’s theirs, when in fact, it isn’t.

If you want to at any time, please feel free to download the photo in full below, and even set it as your wallpaper for your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Laptop/PC, Android tablet or smartphone. Don’t worry, it’s free, and it always will be :-).

The Dusty Miller of Battersea Park

Alex Smithson

The Canada Goose of Kelsey Park | A Photographical Memory Worth Looking Back On.

Taken on the 31st July 2013, I took this photograph on what was my first camera, the Samsung SMART Camera, which weighed in at 16.1 Megapixels. Although this, at the time, was a good camera, it did come with a lot of sentimental value, as this photo was what would become one of my most iconic photos on Mother Nature.

Despite the scorching hot weather the whole of the United Kingdom had that day, I was eager to take some photos, a few of which that would give many of you the chance to see what kind of things I had in store.

I was really pleased with this photo, in particular, as it was a fantastic memory that I could take away with me and keep, as it would be one of my well-known photographical works that I had ever produced to date.

In spite of this photo, I was quite shocked, yet extremely happy to know that this photo would be something that I made, as this photo, despite being a little bit rushed ahead of time, I took this photo, and with surprising results, my camera produced this iconic and classic masterpiece, which made me become someone who has created something that will most likely never be produced again.

Thanks to this camera, I went on to produce some more notable works which would keep me going on publishing my articles for Mother Nature. Most recently, I have taken my photography skills to a whole new level, as I recently got a Nikon D3300 DSLR for my UAL Level 2 Art & Design Course at Croydon College.

If you want to download the original photo of the Canada Goose, as seen in the featured image, please click on the image below to download it to your Laptop/PC, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Don’t worry, however, as any photos I upload, including this one, will always be free for download.

In it’s full, original form, here is the Canada Goose.

The Canada Goose of Kelsey Park - A Photographical Memory Worth Looking Back On.

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Alex Smithson

Welcome to Mother Nature Photography!!! A Photographical Journey Awaits!!!

Welcome to Mother Nature Photography everyone!!! As I share my love with photography, considering that I am planning to become a professional, full-time photographer when I’m older, I have taken the opportunity to branch Mother Nature out to a wider audience by creating this sister page to my current website, Mother Nature.

Here, you will see some of my past works, as well as my most recent and most current photography works that I have created whilst I’ve been out and about.

As well as this, this sister website counts as an addition to my current website, which focuses around everything I have already published, as well as the books that I have published as well.

There is so much I can offer on here, so please make sure to follow this website for all of the latest articles, and if you want to as well, please make sure to follow my current website, Mother Nature, where you’ll find all of the latest and current articles that are available.

Until then…Welcome to Mother Nature Photography!!! A Natural Journey for Life Awaits!!!

Alex Smithson

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