Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Summer Breeze

13 comments:

McKay Family said...

Colors are fabulous...beautiful shot!

Happy Days said...

Is that wheat and corn? Pretty shot - love the colors and Queen Ann's lace. Sort of a femine/masculine photo...debbie

bonifer said...

Beautiful, Stephen !!

Stephen Baird said...

debbie!
well i gotta be honest ... i didn't know what that was in the fields. just thought the contrasting colors were interesting. sometimes there isn't a lot of poetry to what i do. it's like the camera is screaming at me ... "shaddup and shoot in a hurry or the light will be gone." that's how i know when it's time for my pills.
nikonsniper

Montanagirl said...

Great colors in this shot. Good work.

Erin said...

Thanks for the words of encouragement on my blog. I love this picture! It makes me so excited for summer and warm and no snow, like it is here today.

erinephoto

Katie said...

Lovely picture. Thanks for following my blog - how did you happen upon it?

Stephen Baird said...

Katie,
I stumble into 50-80 new blogs a day to see and learn from others. I am always looking for new ways to view things. When I see things that look good ... it's like a huge "wakeup" call to make me a little more alert to new things.
NikonSniper

henny said...

Oh, this makes my day. Please tell us more about this place. Can I steal it?

Stephen Baird said...

well it's a little south of rockford illinois. 300 days a year you would never notice it. but one day the light just hit it as i drove by. last i saw no one was out there ... so maybe you could set up a tent.
nikonsniper

Kim said...

Can't wait for summer. This is near (within 70 miles or so) where I live, the wild flowers are plentiful...on the roadside framing fields of corn, wheat, soy...you name it.

Su Chua Phin 徐蔡斌 said...

I like the mood and emotion of this picture ...

Good work :)

Lucy Corrander said...

This is really pretty. I love the layers - the way one's eye is drawn backwards and forwards between the different levels of distance yet allowed to linger on each one and appreciate all of them.

Lucy Corrander
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