Six Word Saturday – Summer grasses swaying in the breeze

I have yet to capture the image I want of grasses, but this is the best I have managed yet:

Swaying grasses

Swaying grasses

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51 comments

  1. Nice picture but I worry about the hay fever!

  2. I am strangely drawn to the blurred centre, Sue.
    (And I still get hay fever…)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Love all the different shades of green:)

  4. I just refrained from photographing grass because it’ shard to capture. Thank you for doing it for me.

  5. It is really lovely, I love photographing grass and it is not an easy task.

  6. Frustrating isn’t it, but you’ve done a good job. I saw some lovely wispy ones in a garden yesterday. 🙂

  7. Amy

    Feel the nice breeze, great image! Love the colors and DOF. Great composition! 🙂

  8. I love the delicate colours in this image. It’s really a beautiful homage to summer and sunny days.

  9. Such a lovely fresh and delicate image, Sue. Love it. 🙂

  10. Lovely, ethereal shot of a fleeting moment in summer.

  11. I know you have that picture clear in your mind, and it will be difficult to “find” it in the grass that arranges itself at its own will. I like this one, it is playful, gentle, soft green and reminds me of my childhood holidays.

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