The best subject to use with a Lensbaby Sweet 50 is one with natural lines in the frame to enhance the tilt-shift, not to fight against it.
This photo of tulips and hellebores is my favourite from this month. And it was a bit of an accident - underexposed, white balance a bit off, and aperture left on 1.4 from a previous photo. But I just love it.
March this year had puppies in flower crowns, macro galore, and my first tentative steps in actual flower arranging.
You're standing at the perfect viewpoint. The early morning mist is rising gently, there's a smell of Spring in the air. It's predawn, but you know what exposure you're going to need, and how long you'll be waiting for the first rays of sunlight. 20 minutes later you've got the shot, and are on your way home for coffee.
How often does that actually happen?