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Beautiful. Ours will soon be green again!
Great depth of field. No pun intended!
Oh, green grass - makes me envious! Here in Northeast USA, winter has just about come to a close, but spring has not yet "sprung". Nothing but brown grass and bare trees. But soon...
Hi mercedes,Thanks for visiting, I appreciate your compliments. Oh, and I love your icon! :) I'll check out your post soon....See you later,David
Hi sandycarlson,I'm sure your grass will be green soon! Ours here is actually fading, as you can see in the picture, so I'll look forward to seeing some green stuff on your site soon!Cheers,David
Hi projectmummy,This "field" was actually the deepest it had been for a long time - we'd just had some much-needed rain! :) Thanks for dropping by, have a nice WW.Cheers,David
Hi kathylikespink,That is always a very nice moment, when the first shoots of Spring start to show. Please try to get a photo if you can - it would make a lovely blog post!Cheers,David
Life is made up of so many simple beautiful pleasures if we only take the time to pause and notice them --thanks for pausing-
So cool to make beautiful pictures out of what we see everyday. All you pics look good. MB
Very nice photo. I like the way center is so focused and detailed. Such a simple subject can be quite beautiful.
So pretty and green... I can safely say that my lawn long ago gave up on being richly green. If they had lawn abuse patrols, I'd be arrested. Nice to see what grass is supposed to look like... loved your moon watch photo too.
Hi David!Great shot as always. I like shots with little deep of field.I have post some pics today on ABC wednesday with little DOF. Cheers.
Hi marcia,I'm glad you can realize that - pausing and actually noticing what is around us is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable things we can do. It's just a pity we do it so seldom!Cheers,David
Hi small city scenes,It is certainly a pleasure to bring to light everyday things. Thanks for dropping round!Cheers,David
Hi catsynth,I have always loved to try and get photos of the grass, and this is one of my 100s of attempts. I'm glad you like it. The detail is probably due to the 9MP camera I took it on - it captures great detail.Cheers,David
Hi raven,This photo was taken just after some rain when the grass was actually green. Normally, our "grass" really consists of bindies! (Speaking of bindies, you might want to check out my Prickle (bindie) resting on a leaf close-up.) So don't feel as if you're the only one with a bad lawn - I can assure you our lawn is at least as bad!Cheers,David
Hi john,I like small DOF shots as well. I find they are somehow more "arty" than regular "representational" shots. I'll check out your ABC Wednesday shots too.Cheers,David
WHERE???? I need to see some, my cats need to chomp some!
It's a fantastic shot!Luiz
Hi Andree,Ha Ha, I have just been reading about cats, that is an interesting comment you make. :) I often ask that same thing - WHERE is the grass????!Cheers,David
Hi Luiz,Thanks, I'm glad you like this pic. I find it interesting how everyday things can look so beautiful when seen in a different light. Right now we're short of lawn, but when it is there we tend to take it for granted. I hope you can take the time today to see something in a new light.Cheers,David
Hi David!Here in Scandinavia almost all interior doors have door handle, doorhole and key. Therefor I have all these keys you saw at my pictures. Many other countries worldwide use only a door knob.Are you ready for Sky Watch Friday?Cheers John.
Wow David so green, and did you change your blog background too. Looks really nice, I like that color scheme. Thanks for sharing so so and so green grass. For us long way to go. Thanks again, Anna :)
Hi John,Hmm, in Australia we always have locks on our external doors, but not internal ones. And our keys don't look as romantic as yours. Thanks for the info!I'm ready for Sky Watch Friday now, check out my post of Purple SunsetCheers,David
Hi Anna,I have changed my blog template, I'm still not sure if I like it, but any feedback on it is appreciated. Thanks for your comment!CHeers,David
David, there are many different monitors in the world, calibrated for different color intensity. On my laptop the colors are not so bright, but probably on my desk top they will be, as I experienced with my own blog. If you haveing trouble deciding, its simple, go with natural earth tone colors, because any color you have on the photo will always match. That is what we have done with our home, I can add pink blinds and they will look good, lol. Hope I was any help, but on the end you know the best what to do, and these are just my guides. Anna :)
Ahhh !!! Green grass. Get out the lawnmower. Spring is here.Forget the lawnmower. Let's go birding or just do some photography.Thanks for the nice comments on my American Oyster-catcher.I have added you to my "Check it out - Some Favorites" Blog RollTroy in Texas
Hi Anna,Thanks. I hadn't thought of the different monitors, I was just calibrating for mine :) I'll have a look at the lighter colours, but I think whatever I do it'll talke a lot of work to blend the three main colours on the blog, along with the header! Oh well, I've got the weekend...... ;)Cheers,David
Hi texas travelers,My sentiments exactly with regard to the lawn mower - although unfortunately the council don't see it that way and tend to get cranky when us photographers stop mowing our lawns. The snakes love it though!Thanks for the link, I'm adding you to my list of Recommended Websites right now.Cheers,David
HI David - I'm late for Wordless Wednesday, but I wanted to say that I love your grass photo (as well as a number of others I've looked at on my first visit to your blog). Great stuff! Keep shooting.Bobbie
Hi Bobbie,It's never too late to comment on my pictures, thanks for dropping by and commenting. I'll certainly keep shooting - I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I enjoy taking them!Cheers,David
a wonderful image: simple things are always the most beautiful!
Hi lara,Yes, this reminds me of the Ulitmate Simplicity too - the Highest Being - God. He is completely simple, and therefore the most beautiful.Thanks for visiting. Hope you have a nice day.Cheers,David
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