depictions by the rule of thirds; descriptions mostly freestyle words
Posted on 1 Aug 2018
by Laura Bloomsbury
It’s August – high grasses in a dry summer. It’s (almost) Wordless Wednesday
It’s soft headed sedges and the lens artists photo challenge
How to identify common UK grasses
Category: Images, life is elsewhere, NatureTags: August, grasses, lens artists photo challenge, Orford Ness, sedge, suffolk, wordless wednesday
Lovely, serene scene Laura. Thanks for joining the challenge
a pleasure to join in with you and others 🙂
Very very nice composition, impressive. Very pleasing to the eye and one can almost feel the breeze.
that’s so encouraging Sherwood – this one reminds me a little of Dutch landscapes but then Holland and Suffolk have much in common
What a beautiful photo of a lovely scene! It makes me feel as if I’m right there.
One of those wish I was (still) there shots 🙂
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At first I saw two streams of water, then the high and dry on the right.
Grazing marshes which come and go – the ecology & biodiversity is interesting
mm would love to be able to walk there
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