Monday, August 4, 2008

Under the Burning Sun

This is my first attempt at this kind of nature photography. I didn't quite get the distinction betwen the flowers and the wall in the background that I would have liked...I'll have to keep working on it!
These are what's left of the wild garlic flowers that grow along the coast. The hot sun has baked them brown, like the grass behind them. The wall is a falling down example of the dry stone walls (dry meaning no mortar is used, just one stone piled up on top of the next) that you find throughout the countryside.


3 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

It makes a nice photograph. I think you did a good job on the wild garlic against the stone.

Knoxville Girl said...

Your focus is really good, and I like the garlic sticking out of the corner of the photo. If you wanted to convey "hot and dry" in your photo, this is a success!

Ann said...

You've done a good job of conveying the atmosphere. I like it.