There is a pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is a rapture on the lonely shore,
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar:
I love not man the less, but Nature more.
~George Gordon, Lord Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage
I admire nature and I find myself constantly drawn back to photograph it in all its forms.
I admire Mountains (@ Mount Rainier National Park)
I admire Desert (@ Death Valley National Park)
I admire Sea (@ Oregon coast)
I admire Valleys (@ Yellowstone National Park)
I admire Wilderness (@ Olympic National Park)
I admire Flowers (@ Bellevue Botanical Garden)
I admire Farmlands (@ Palouse, Washington)
I admire Clouds!
The list can go on as I Admire All of it!!
Sharing here for Weekly Photo Challenge.
“Study Nature. Love Nature. Stay close to Nature. It will never fail you.”
This landscape was shot at Yellowstone National Park this summer. I was amazed how these trees had dried up and changed colors due to the geothermal activity in that area; still holding the curves in their branches.
Today Photography 101 says: Capture a moment, big or small, and pay attention to the lines and curves produced by nature.
What is a Shallow Depth of Field (DOF)? Well it is basically having your subject in focus in the foreground and blurring out the background.
This flower was photographed at Bellevue Botanical Garden this Autumn and is my entry for Sunday Stills Photography this week.
“Close your eyes and find the space inside where Bliss is.. YOU”
Today asked by Photography 101: What is your idea of bliss?
This photograph depicts one of my moments of Bliss: a pleasant afternoon with my husband.
This picture was shot at Yellowstone National Park earlier this summer.