Tuesday, March 15, 2011

3/16 Outdoor Wednesday #114




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Grasses No. One


Grasses No. Two


Grasses No. Three
My husband and I have been admiring the grasses located all over the mid-west area. Grasses are so bold and beautiful usually situated near barren trees. Some grasses even hang out in alleys by garbage cans; but other plants sway to and fro while standing knee deep in snow. Grasses right now are tan in color. Summer grasses are green, veriegated, yellow or red in color. Oh my goodness a simple thing like grass can catch the eye of folks passing in a car, bike or walking. Thanks for checking out this site. I certainly hope you will visit again. Meanwhile, take care.

11 comments:

  1. Sometimes the most simple things provided by nature can be the best. These are great shots of the grass.

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  2. And they make such a wonderful subject for photography. Beautiful BGs.

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  3. Great shots! They remind me of sea oats at the beach.

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  4. Haven't heard of anyone who put grass to such close scrutiny; and made a fine art of the mundane. Thought-stirring.

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  5. We just cut all our old growth off...it's thrilling to see the new green life starting to sprout!

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  6. Thank you for coming by my blog.
    Lovely summer grasses. I love how you captured the beauty of them.
    Who knew these grasses could be so beautiful!
    Blessings

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  7. I have taken a few pictures of grasses too and was surprised at how amazingly well they photograph. Your shots are great!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  8. Stunning esp the third one. Thanks for your kind comment on my blog!

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  9. Beautiful grass. Love all your photos.

    Thank you for your visit and comment.

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