An old school wooden rail fence frames wild grass backlit by morning sunlight. Home from my three-day work retreat where alas there was no hike this time, only work. But I managed to find a few views around the lovely property.
Posted on by Sheila Creighton Posted in Light Tagged backlit, contre-jour, copyright, fence, grass, green, Hockley Valley, photography, rails, seeds, spring, sunlight, wooden 9 Comments
I’d say you did well. This is truly lovely. And I learned something, too. I had to look up contre-jour. I knew what the words meant, but not in a photographic sense. Lo and behold, I’ve managed it myself a time or two!
In this case the contre-jour was definitely not a contretemps.
thanks, Linda. One of my fave types of lighting… ha ha if one has one… what a geek I am sometimes.
Reblogged this on rennydiokno.com.
thanks for the reblog!
How inconsiderate of work not to have allowed you time to go walking in nature.
ha ha well it was work after all… but I did have a chance to stroll the property that was all nature!
thank you, San Jeet!