Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Wild Oats, Sewn



And a Butterfly.....

7 comments:

Ann said...

Yes I agree comments make it fun ( the Oats are a great, yet another beautiful sky)That would look great on a wall its a fabulous shot from an unusual perspective, do you sell your work? I have had two exhibitions locally and have sold framed prints via a local shop, its a real shock to me that someone will pay money for my hobby, I am desperately saving pennies for new Tamron lens 28-300 AF 3.5 (I have Tamron 55-200, Canon 50mm, 60mm Macro, 18-55mm and 20-35mm, plus wireles flash and for Christmas last year got studio lights etc and of course my trusty manfrotto tripod)
but would like this lens before heading over to Arizona for a month at Christmastime.....it sort of covers all areas, and I am not too happy hauling kit through 3 airports and all the security machines etc. I am hoping I can take all my stuff as a carry-on..have you had experience of airports, last time in the U.S I just bought my Olympus point and shoot, I live in fear of camera damage..........lol

Firefly said...

I like the oats photo very much. It is great and should be on a wall somewhere. Not that there is anything wrong with the butterfly pic. Great as well.

ggervais said...

Magnificent shot! I love the purity of the sky and the fragility of the oats. Really gorgeous capture. Bravo!

Carol said...

wild oats... simplicity at its best! i love it... the blue is so blue... and the faded oats in the background add to this immensely... the main one stands out so clearly in the forefront...

a super photo!

Faye Pekas said...

Hi Perry, thanks for stopping by my place. I'm in Roseburg, Oregon or actually in a small community south of Roseburg called Green. The pond with the turtles is part of the Wildlife Safari in Winston.

I love the wild oats shot and also the little bonus butterfly :)

PhotoChick said...

Perry,

Thank you SO much for stopping by my blog! I wanted to return the favor, and tell you what lovely photos you chose for your WW - they're both so beautiful! Hard to choose a favorite, but I think I like your wild oats the best! Kudos!

Hope you had a wonderful day, and thanks again for stopping by! Much love to you & yours, take care & God Bless

xoxo,
Amanda

Karen said...

The wild oats is BEAUTIFUL!