Winter Grass ‘painting’

One of the joys of winter scenery is that the snow provides a ‘canvas’ for the many patterns of grasses, twigs and seed heads etc that might otherwise go unseen or unnoticed.  This clump of grass would be unlikely to attract attention without the presence of the snow but in its transformed setting it presents, for me, a pleasing sight.  I have used a touch of watercolour filter in the editing, hence the inclusion of the word ‘painting in the title.

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Filed under Abstract photos, Colour, grasses, Minimalist, Nature, Pattern, photography, Texture, Uncategorized

2 responses to “Winter Grass ‘painting’

  1. I too love the way that snow transforms everything – I find it very inspiring 🙂

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