April 25, 2014nature, spring skylines and fencerows Sharonlandscape photography, midwest photography, nature photography, photography, prairiescape, skylines and fencerows Like this:Like Loading...
This is where I feel the most comfortable. Meadows, hay… Wind, fresh air, smells good.
Hi Meho, I agree completely!
Nothing is better for the soul.
Great comment. Thank you. 🙂 🙂
These are terrific photos you publish daily. Are you out shooting every day?
Hello Kirkistan, what a great comment – thank you!
If I could shoot daily, I would, but I’ve a full-time job, and like everyone else, other responsibilities that need attention.
I do manage to carve out some time to shoot at least 2-3 times a week; oftentimes more, rarely less.
I try to keep it simple. No tripod, as little equipment as possible, just me and the Nikon either driving the countryside or hiking the woods, recording nature’s events.
I appreciate your asking. 🙂
I’m grateful you post daily. And thanks for stopping by my page.
My pleasure :).
Lovely composition Sharon 🙂 🙂
Thanks so much, Nigel. 🙂 🙂
Hello, Nelson 🙂
I was on my way back from a hike and had to pull over when I saw the lovely light on this field.
Thank you. I’m pleased you noticed that the light was from the setting sun!
So much land, so much sky – love the colors of golden, sun-kissed grass and blue cloud-streaked sky. Lovely, soothing composition. Yeah, it’s planting time!
Thanks, Eliza. It’s almost planting time, yes. We’re behind this year, and the farmers are just beginning to cultivate the fields.
I love how the dark, newly turned dirt contrasts with the rest of the landscape.