Monday, May 4, 2015

Catching light 136 Grass on stone

 Catching light 136
Welcome to Catching light meme.
 Create images with light or lack of light. I say light as it don´t have to be sunlight. The topic can, of course, be interpreted in many ways.  Most important have fun.

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Grass on stone
© NF Photo 150429

Two images shot from a slightly different angle. Top image has the pattern of a blurred tree trunk as back ground and the last one is grass. Just moving the camera a couple of cm might make a huge difference to the image. And very different light.

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  1. Beautiful post!
    Have a great week!

  2. Beautiful post!
    Have a great week!

  3. Quiet and beautiful!
    Thanks for hosting

  4. Så mye et par mm har å si. Flotte bilder.
    Ha en deilig dag.

  5. I love the early morning sun ... it seems to make the colors look so rich. This is a beautiful shot, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  6. I love the colour of grass in sunlight

  7. Both are beautiful, but I think the darker background makes an even more dramatic statement.

  8. you are so right, moving the camera just a few cm can make a huge difference. I really like both images but the second one is my favourite...

  9. Catching light - exactly! I love it. Taking the first photo in my linked post, that was exactly what I was thinking :)
    And you're right, just slightlye changing the angle when taking a shot, can make a huge difference.


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