Long Grass Posted on September 19, 2011 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Nature Tagged garden, grass, photography, selective focus, yellow 16 Comments A stem of grass stands out in a yellow garden. Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Interesting abstract – it looks like a sheet of patterned yellow and green silk in the background.
thanks m – nature’s silk…
Nice, simple lines, Sheila, good bokeh.
Focus on the small things. A photograph after my own heart. Splendid.
thank you – small, simple things are so intriguing.
Great composition! The DOF is awesome.
Simplicity and beauty in a Miksang sort of way.
thanks Lyn – I do love simplicity. The concept of Miksang is an interesting approach… and I guess partly how I perceive the world as images present themselves however my conscious passion for photography, art and nature tends to lead.
thanks Adrian! 🙂
Love the background. 🙂
thank you Hallysann – that is what attracted me to this scene… the yellows especially.
so simple and pleasant.
simplicity is best in pretty much everything me thinks… thanks!