Is there anyone who is completely fed up with winter and ready to rush and start warming up for spring?
It always feels like this in late February. Even though winter has been going on for years (I think it’s been 10!?), I can barely remember what it feels like to feel the sun on my skin and not wear 20 layers of clothing.
But last Thursday I decided to break out of the winter blues. After all, relief from the winter blues doesn’t last long. Daffodils and snowdrops are starting to bloom, mornings and evenings are getting brighter, and we are starting to feel the signs of spring. There is light at the end of the tunnel and the worst is over.
Knowing I didn’t have much time left, I had a strange urge to enjoy the end of winter and went out for an early morning dog walk to take some photos with my Lumix 4k camera.
I’m Lumix’s 4K Photo Ambassador and have been sharing my favorite 4K photos for the past six months. In case you missed the previous post (link at the bottom), 4K photography is about capturing movement rather than traditional static images. Lumix’s series of 4K cameras allows you to shoot short videos and extract still images from video footage. This means never missing the “perfect moment” and capturing the glory of movement.
As always, thanks to Louis the Frenchman for modeling my movements.
(If you have a lazy Frenchie, you’ll know how hard I tried to get him to run, jump, and jump.) He’s a real couch dog, so I took these photos. (I needed a lot of snacks)
For more information about 4K photography, visit the Lumix site.