Six Word Saturday: Clump of grasses and a sunset

I’m not sure what I think about this image, so I thought I would post it and see if I get any comments! First up will likely be ‘your grasses aren’t grass’!!

Clump of grasses and a sunset

Clump of grasses and a sunset


  1. It worked for me, Sue, grass or not. I like the progression of the colours, from green to pink.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Pete! For me, it was partly about the colours, and partly about the shapes – the curve of the clump, the undulation of the hills, and the patterns in the sky…

  2. Lovely lines and palette of colours. I would have brightened the white grass tufts a bit but that might distract from the sky.

  3. I like it a lot. It looks like a beautiful landscape painted as aquarelle. The contrasting colors are gorgeous shaping different layers and textures.

  4. It’s beautiful. That’s enough.


  5. Beautiful with different textures and colours. I like the different shapes and I can feel the air.

  6. Hehe… good job I wasn’t first one to comment, but yes, you are right, they aren’t grasses. I have told you what they are before (how soon they forget) – Rosebay Willowherb in decline. I got a similar photo(without the lovely sky) yesterday! Now, what do I think about it? Lovely textures and layers and very Novemberish 😀

    • Sue

      I had you in mind, Jude…and I know I don’t pay attention to your tutorials, my bad. Anyway, I like the fact it was Novemberish in October 😳

  7. I’m not one of your more observant fans, Sue, so I would simply have said ‘pretty colours’ 🙂

  8. Beautiful image, Sue. The colours are very calming.

  9. Emilio Pasquale

    Who cares what it is, it works beautifully. The soft pastels against the darker, muted colors, the rolling hills as backdrop to the wave of grass (or reeds, or whatever) makes for a very pleasing image!

  10. Colour, texture and good composition, what more could we ask? Beautiful landscape, England I assume? 🙂

  11. That is such a gorgeous sunset; I love the colors and light you captured.

  12. Got a picture of these grasses on my last trip. They look spectacular in autumn, all red and orange, and fluffy 🙂

  13. Gorgeous colours Sue, a rose by any other name……

  14. Love the colour combinations Sue and the pastel glow of the sky with the Grass/fireweed reflecting it back

  15. These types of grass are the favorites in my garden at home.

  16. I’m not an expert on photography or grasses – but I like the colors in this photo 🙂

  17. Great photograph dear Sue, colours fascinated me. Thank you, love, nia

  18. I have no idea whether is grass or not. But I love the subtle tones both in the sky and on the ground. The purple tones makes it into a lovely landscape photo.

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