Sunset shining on Pampas Grass

Uploaded: November 08, 2018 | Entered: November 08, 2018 10:48:46

Description

Taking photos of a sunset is one thing, but turning around - I see the effect the sunset has on the "Feather Dusters'. Always turn around to see what you are missing

50 mm (Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8)
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Comments

Cary Rogers November 08, 2018 1

Great contrasts in this image! love the orange color; ornamental grasses are a favorite photographic subject of mine. #1717101

Theresa Beehler level-deluxe November 08, 2018

Thank you, Cary Rogers. I love Pampas - they look so fragile and we have strong winds here in Southeastern Washington. These "feathers" are actually white/off white. But we also have these amazing, brilliant sunsets and for what ever reason .... it lit these up like they had a million colored spotlights on them. I am glad you enjoyed the photo and thank you for your comment.
I have posted one of the sunset that happened that evening. #11736075

Harvey A. Ravitch November 11, 2018 1

A Standout, colors, & texture are excellent here! Very Well Seen & Created! #11736387

Harvey A. Ravitch November 11, 2018

A Standout, colors, & texture are excellent here! Very Well Seen & Created! #11736388

Theresa Beehler level-deluxe November 11, 2018

Thank you Harvey! Hope you are finding loads of unique points of view to photograph. #11736467

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