Even When Dormant, There is a Beauty in Nature: Excerpts from a Photo Shoot

I am continually in awe of nature. Nature’s wonder caught my eye as I was going through some of my shots from Michigan last Christmas. I did a series of shots along the river in Rockford and haven’t worked through them to see what I had until this week. I knew I took a number of pictures of native grass that grows along the riverbed. Sounds kind of dull, but they really caught me eye and now I remember why….even when nature seems dormant, there is a beauty in it that we seldom stop to appreciate. I have included four captures from that shoot that demonstrate just what I am talking about.


 

This first shot depicts a wooden walkway (marshlands) to a gazebo along the riverbanks. Look at the color of the grass accenting the walkway….

Even Dormant 1


 

Shot number two and three were taken as I wandered into the field. I wanted some close up shots of the seed pods opened with the field in the background.

Even Dormant 2

Evan Dormant 3


 

The last shot is that punch of color…have no idea what type of plant this is, but it clearly caught me eye.

Evan Dormant 4

So as I said earlier, even when nature is dormant, there is a beauty in it that we seldom stop to appreciate. Thoughts?


 

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15 thoughts on “Even When Dormant, There is a Beauty in Nature: Excerpts from a Photo Shoot

  1. thecavalierscove

    This content is really heart soothing and one to be admired a lot it brings up the message of how beauty is at its peak when in silence.

    Reply

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