Posts Tagged ‘grass’
Dew on the grass which looked like bubbles when the sun shone through it. As I said in a previous post the miniature aspect of nature’s art can be found anywhere if you look close enough.
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Always a variety of scenic subjects in the sunset at Hamnavoe, Burra. A beautiful evening for the youngsters out rowing in the yoal.
Abstract sunset photos turned blue – and why not. Taken at Hamnavoe, Burra, Shetland.
The low sun causing long shadows in the beautifully kept Cunningsburgh Cemetery. The lower image is of one of the lichen covered war grave headstones
Every sunset is different. Who could tire of them? This time I purposely took it out of focus for an alternative result. Quite like the abstract look it achieved.
A recent sunset at Hamnavoe. I’m quite addicted to photographing grass sunsets as you will see in future postings.
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Raindrops on the tips of grass blades with reflections.
Well, we may as well have another image of wet grass. There’s plenty of it around. The sun was shining through the drops making a nice bokeh.
The forecast was for heavy rain so, just in case I couldn’t go out later in the day, I went out to the garden to find it had been drizzling and the grass was wet. I love nature.
The first image was taken in the afternoon at Meal Beach, Hamnavoe and below is a boat leaving Scalloway in the sunset.