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