Saturday, 26 April 2014

Picture This #248 ~ Fields

I love the dog at the top, Pat.

Birches
Birches.

Goldenrod
Golden rod. There must be something that is pleasing about this color; so many of us have chosen pictures of fields with yellow.

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Field of grass and palms, Manasota Key.


11 comments:

  1. I just love those three photos.. The first has a good contrast at the edge of the field. I had almost a field of golden rod in my garden they do spread, but are a pleasure to see. Love the last field with the silky sheen of the grass.

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  2. Hi Benni !! Three great shots for the theme. I like your 'wild' fields. The yellow/green combination in the first shot, and even more so in the second, is really nice. I love the waving grasses in the third shot, with the bonus of the bird in mid-flight.

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  3. Wonderful captures Benni. I love the vibrancy of the golden Rod Beautiful ;)

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  4. Thank you all. I am waiting for spring to come here; the fields now are still mostly brown, but they are starting to green up.

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  5. Love the irridescent greens and yellows in the first.

    And the brilliant vivid yellow in the second

    and the field of silver in the third.

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    1. Thank you so much, Anders. I find that there is much in common in the fields of your land and mine up north in Michigan.

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    2. You're most welcome, Benni :)

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  6. Hi Benni! Three beautiful shots... I love the field of grass and palms, the best.... It reminds me of woman's hair blowing in the wind...

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    1. Belita, thank you. And what a poetic compliment. :)

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  7. Wonderful shots, Benni! The birches in the field with the backdrop of the darker trees and the very dramatic clouds makes me feel like I'm back home in Georgia.

    I absolutely love goldenrod. It may be just a weed, but I think it's so pretty. It grew in the millet fields beside our house in the country.

    The last one if my favorite. I love the windswept grasses.

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    1. Thank you, Debby! I love goldenrod as well, and it is so cheerful when I am walking in the late summer. And I am glad you like the one of Manasota Key. I love walking there best of all.

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