Looking across the sheepfield this morning there were strong shadows contrasting with the sunlight illuminating the textures of the seeding grasses
and the sheep!
Filed under Abstract photos, Art, Colour, grasses, Nature, Pattern, photography, Sunlight, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as flowering grasses, seedheads, seeding grasses, shades of green, sunlight and shadow
Yes, and the sheep – how they animate the scene – and yet, it’s also a nice abstract, just the horizontal tones of the grasses.
My real interest was in the first image – the second was offered as an ‘optional extra’!
Backlight is a little bit of heaven to view. And so is your sheep, although she seems a little annoyed:)
No-one enjoys being interrupted when they are eating!
I like the heavy contrast in these pictures, in particular the first one. I also like the almost monochromatic nature of them. Very nice.
Thank you Otto. The low angle of the sun gave me the strong contrasts and also emphasised the texture of the grasses.
The shades of green quadtych (is there such a word?!) effect of the grasses is great.
Thanks Noeline. I had to look up quadtych. Apparently its four pictures bound together in some way. I’ll settle for that. Alternatively it can refer to a ferry crossing the Tamar!! I’m so pleased you like it!
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