VISUAL SOMA

06 Feb 2008 499 views
 
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photoblog image roadside grass

roadside grass

Not sure of the species, but it's a forest-dwelling grass. (Taken in low light without a tripod — still reasonably sharp for all that.)

roadside grass

Not sure of the species, but it's a forest-dwelling grass. (Taken in low light without a tripod — still reasonably sharp for all that.)

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  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 6 Feb 2008, 13:07
I am so intrigued with grasses and I have taken many many photographs of grass, but some how I can't seem to find a way to present it in its unpretentious beauty. This comes very close to doing that.
Dave Bonta: Thanks. I know what you mean. We have this beautiful native grass coming into our meadows now called broomsedge bluestem, which turns a wonderful yellow-orange in the winter, and I have yet to take a fully satisfactory photo of it. However, the non-native brome grass, through drabber, is very curly and photogenic this time of year. Maybe I'll put some old photos of it in the queue.

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