Here you see an attempt to create an artistic-looking photograph (which I'm not sure is entirely successful). On my travels to other blogs, I am often struck by the professionalism of the photography. I am of the 'point and click' school of photography, and if you start talking to me about shutter speeds and ISO, my eyes glaze and I drift away... So, I have always wanted to be able to take lovely photos, but without all the 'geeky' stuff (apologies to real photographers out there). I have recently upgraded to a very easy 'point and click' camera which does everything for me, short of choosing the view, and I am happy with the quality of the images. This picture shows a primrose, part of a glass candlestick, a beheaded tulip (thank you Mr/Mrs Snail/Slug) and a lovely little Easter decoration which I bought at the National Centre for Craft and Design.
I think this is about as artistic as I'm able to get, but it is sort of Easter-y, isn't it?