Northern California gold
fields of dried grasses and flowers
the beauty is there
Lovely colours and brightness.
I thought it was a crab. 😀
Beautiful image and the colour is stunning. 🙂
Thank you for showing us…that is stunning!!!
Definitely my pleasure. Thanks so much, Madhu!
Qué preciosidad Angeline!!! Me encanta!
Gracias, Ilargia. Ojala que todo va bien en tu vida!
Thank you! And thanks for stopping to comment.
This is lovely. Seedheads have a wonderful beauty about them.
Thanks so much for stopping in to leave a comment and let me know you like the photo.
brilliant photo Angeline!
I like the warm tones in your photo. Well done Angeline.
Thanks, CG. I was going to do it in black and white at first, but I liked the sepia rendition better.
Yes, the warm tones would be lost in B&W. I support your choice.
Beautiful! I love the warm golden tones.
Thank you! I also loved the tones I was able to bring in to the photo.
Lovely shot Angeline but so thirsty . . .
Thanks, Patti. A lot of fields are green right now, but it will soon be fading as the summer heat comes on full blast. Some places are already feeling the thirst!
Now, don’t tell me this sublimely simple capture is with your iPhone?
Oh, no ma’am…I used my big girl camera!
Thanks. I’m out practicing.
Thank goodness for that! I would have died, really. The practice is working well for you dear. 🙂
Thanks, M. I’m taking an online class with Otto Von Munchow, I don’t know if you follow his blog, he is an incredible photographer; his class is helping me push myself a bit more out of the auto zone of my camera.
what a gorgeous shot…and I love your poem Angeline
Thanks so much, Jo.
Elegant even in its spent phase.
Thanks, Sally. It is so incredible that there is beauty in all phases of a flower’s life.
You have captured the beauty of the gold grasses.
Thanks, Amy. The fields and hills are beautiful whether green or gold/dried. The only issue underlying the beauty of the dried beauty is the stark reminder of drought.
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