The beams and the bokeh make the pictures look so dreamy. Beautifully captured lights, Judy.
<lovely. Grasses have delicious flowera, they too.Well done.Have a nice day.Mormor
Thanks for sharing these beautiful reminders of the glories of summer.
somehow they look like they were made in glass :) An glass artist would love them :)
made extra special by the light!!to answer your question from my blog, we do not "try" to grow vines on our fences because they block our view of the water. the neighbors all have climbing vines that always find their way to our fences and we have to pay someone to cut them back. i love vines but we give up too much to have them!!!
So beautiful - I think every year that I have to take more pictures of grass.
Aah ... just the thought of summer makes me happy. And you are a wise photographer to capture the light on the grasses. They are always beautiful and often overlooked.Andrea @ From The Sol
Really lovely light, Judy!
oh we can use a nice glimpse of something without all snow on .Thanks for sharing.
These are lovely - and yes I agree with your post on my page regarding negative space. These are good examples of negative space that are not white. The soft and smokey bokeh works well for negative space so your eye is drawn to just your flower. So glad your enjoying the course - me too!
Heisann! Grass has the elegance many plants miss....but still they have their beauty !Have a nice week ;:OD)
How are you ?Just visiting and decided to see what you were doing.
Så fint du fångat ljuset i dina bilder på vassen och gräsetha en fin dagKram Meta
So beautiful, luminescent!
Terrific captures...love them all♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/moonscape/
Such lovely light in these shots.
Light is the best paint brush.
I am ready for your lilacs any time soon!!!!!
Beautiful photos! I'm missing the early summer morning sun!
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