Dreams of Open Spaces (v2)

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    Taken in my back garden in England, as I ate my dinner al fresco.

    After we moved into our home about 6 years ago we totally ignored the inside, and spent three years landscaping our garden instead. It is nicely matured now, and an absolute joy to sit outside on a pleasant evening in the result of our efforts.

    I had been trying to take a macro of one of the grass flowers, but as it was waving around so much I gave up. Instead I poked my camera into the centre of the grass (Stipa Gigantica I think...) and took several shots 'freehand' instead.

    I added the black border as a way of containing the grass stems that were straying out of the picture. The other frame just didn't do anything for me...

    Explore - Highest position: 405 on Wednesday, June 20, 2007

    AnomalousNYC, Servilles, trondjs, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Levan Kakabadze 83 months ago | reply

      beautiful!
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    2. Servilles 83 months ago | reply

      lovely image.

    3. clarity25 83 months ago | reply

      Lovely tranquil capture, I like how the sunlight illuminates it from behind..

    4. trondjs 83 months ago | reply

      Amazing DoF and light, lovely!
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    5. Synapped 83 months ago | reply

      This is PERFECT! Isn't it funny how sometimes the accidental shots are the best?! The lighting is superb!
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    6. Leeanne munn 83 months ago | reply

      stunning, great shot!!

    7. Jasmic 83 months ago | reply

      :-)

      Thanks, every one.

    8. Nathan deGargoyle 83 months ago | reply

      Both of them are great photos but I agree with you about the border.

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    9. Ian Boichat @ Origin Studios 83 months ago | reply

      sometimes the "freehand" approach just works better - the beauty of digital and the ability to blast away. The light in this one is fantastic.

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