35 thoughts on “Streaming

  1. The backlit grasses balance out the sunlit object in the foreground very nicely, and the way the seedheads are lit makes them look like they’re all gazing at and drawn to the light source. Wonderful.


  2. Something of a departure for you, I think, and I like it very much. I love the backlighting and the flare, and those wonderful thin shafts of light – they make my knees go all unnecessary! 🙂 The actual solid things in the picture are wonderful too – those flowers (they’re not Leonotis are they, like I used to see in Kenya?) and the wonderfully feathery ?grasses. I like the brighter, lit object lower right, I think its a good focus, but I find the brighter lit grasses extreme top left a distraction and would have dimmed them. Good stuff! A 🙂


    1. Thank you, Adrian. I’m sorry about the knees 🙂 I’m not sure about the plants – I’ll check. I’m pleased you like the image. Hoping to get to Stonehenge for the sunrise tomorrow but the weather looks a little ….. difficult!


      1. Great admiration for your Stonehenge hike – the weather looks iffy. And you’ll see the new visitor centre. I hope it goes well. I’m off to the Levels early Monday and am gearing up (no pun intended!) for difficult driving and a wet day!

        I hope you two have a very good Christmas and New Year – all best wishes!!! 🙂 A


  3. I’m slow in spotting this one. I haven’t been spending as much time at the PC. It is a great image, and very different from what I would have expected. The B&W treatment really does work on an shot that I expected to be in colour.


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