Bronze December 14, 2013 by LB The late afternoon December sun cast this field in bronze Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
It’s like you didn’t miss a beat LB with the ailing camera, you are right back to posting beauties 😀
Thanks Joe! I need to learn more about posting / sharing in terms of size. This image looks so great on my computer … the grass appears to be moving (it was) … but on the blog it just looks okay. (I’m sure you’ll have some ideas for me 🙂 )
Not just a photographer. Also a poet.
Ah, you are too kind 🙂 and I love it!
love this…wonderful composition!
Thanks Heather. It was 40 F degrees!! In December!! Today … back to a more normal 20.
lucky you, seriously…it was -25.6F on Friday…soooooo cold for this time of the year! Yes, I’m whining just a little bit… 😉
Wow, looks like home actually. This could have been out in my back 40 out at the lake. There was a lot of farmland around and we’d go hiking in the summer or cross country skiing in the winter. It wouldn’t look like this in December though, maybe early October. Do you get ANY snow over the winter Laurie?
We do get snow, but not near as much as we used to! Every year we’ll have 2 or 3 good snowfalls of 6 to 12 inches, but mostly we have multiple days of snow and freezing rain that doesn’t stick around very long.
I’ll just have to grab my snowshoes and head up to your neck of the woods!
LOL, I’d get the Kaluha Coco ready 😀
so calm and beautiful 🙂
Yes, and the color of the grass just forced me to pull over and enjoy!
The colour of that grass is just so gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
I thought it was beautiful, too … thank you for commenting!
It is a wonderful scene my friend 🙂
I love this, made all the more beautiful by the single line of description. Just gorgeous, LB.
That means so much to me … I can write a wonderful paper, can write a great letter, send a fun card … but I’m not much of a writer or a poet. You’ve made me smile!