Thursday, April 16, 2009

Sprays of RED

I kinda struggled with this one. On my way home from the beach today, though, I kept passing these fields full of these red things. I don't know if they're flowers or weeds, but the fields all along my drive were just sprayed with them. So, eventually, I gave in and stopped.

f/11, 1/160, ISO 200... 50 mm 1.4 lens

~cc~

12 comments:

Mindy said...

You have to quit mentioning the beach! ;) I'm so jealous! I like the feeling of sunniness, and summer freedom in this picture. Great job!

Katy said...

i agree, you're makin' me envious with all this beach talk!! :) (but don't stop the photos!) wow, this photo is beautiful!! I'm loving the simplicity and freshness of it... so pretty!

Rachel H. said...

OOOOH!!! HOW PRETTY! Girl, you are going to be FILLING your walls and albums with all those awesome beach pictures!!

Janelle said...

Very pretty. I like that you got down on ground level (at least it looks like you did) to take this, really in the thick of it.

Breezi said...

Stunning.

I am really getting jealous of your beach ways.

Thanks for bringing the beach to us though. :)

Brittney said...

I like the layering in this picture. It looks like there is a front layer of crisp, clear flowers/weeds followed by a layer of green then red again then green and then the sky. Its really cool. I like it a lot!

Travis and Jenny Holloway said...

Love the focus, and the sprays of red! Great job!

Blake said...

It is an interesting picture. For me the liked the strong green grass color and focus on the red flower/weed and then to see a lot more of them slightly out of focus almost as if they were faded or blurry. Quite nice!

Julie N. said...

Great shot! It makes me long for summer. I love the detail and the blurred background.

Erin Wageman said...

So beautiful! I love your focus! You can see so much detail on the flowers!

Tony said...

Great picture baby, I really love how it's so sharp at the point of view and the background just blends together...National Geographic quality;D

Jackie said...

I love it Candi! Great job!