August 12, 2013nature, summer attached Sharonfountain grass, garden, gardening, light, midwest photography, nature photography, ornamental grass, purple fountain grass Like this:Like Loading...
“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” – Dorthea Lange.
Hello, Photos close to home,
That’s a lovely quote. Thank you!
I am enjoying your images very much. I especially love the Hopper impression and feel you got it spot on. “Nighthawks” is in the Art Institute of Chicago and my favorite piece there.
Thanks again 🙂
An incredibly fluid shot 🙂 ‘We’re in here!’ 🙂 😛 I like the composition, the drops right in the center and the bokeh’d sparkles in the background. Excellence.
and thank you kindly for the clicks on the other site 🙂
….and, you are most welcome! I love both sites! 🙂
Thanks, Scott :-).
Beautiful photo! Love the contrast of colours and the composition! Great job! 🙂
Wow, I just looked at your blog and it IS full of fun flower facts! 🙂
I look forward to learning some new things from you. Thanks again.
Thanks for the compliments! I do my best to make this blog fun and informative! 🙂
I didn’t know that was called “fountain grass.” Great name.
Thanks Paul. This one is purple fountain grass and it’s an annual. It has a gorgeous burgandy, almost black, colour. Very striking with purples and blues. I copied your style for this shot – hope you don’t mind! 🙂
I’m profoundly flattered. It’s very good.
Smiling. I went to comment and discovered I already had. Yep, I still like it.
I’m still glad!