Sunday, November 18, 2012

Garden Grasses/Sunday Best

 Northern oat grass

Just when I was thinking there was absolutely NOTHING to photograph in my garden, the sun came out.

Maiden grass

I am linking to Your Sunday Best at A Rural Journal

45 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous images! Happy Sunday!

Lowell said...

That lucky ol' sun, got nothin' to do, but roll around Ontario all day! I like. And again, I'm amazed at the depth of your knowledge about grass. :-)

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

great views. (:

Andy said...

It's the end of the season, Camera Girl.

Kate said...

Your nature photos are always outstanding.

Lois Evensen said...

How very pretty! :) Beauty is everywhere, isn't it.

Sandra said...

isn't it amazing what sun can do to anything it touches, it can turn plain old into beautiful in a split second. your oat grass is very similar to our sea oats which is a grass at the beaches.

Pam :) said...

Its amazing how stunning something so simple can be. Nicely done, Camera Girl.
Have a happy Sunday :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

The bright sun of Fall can illuminate the dullest foliage. Great shots.

Muffy's Marks said...

There is beauty all around, we just have to look for it sometimes!! Beautiful photos.

Zosia said...

Micro-beauty. I especially like the Maiden grass.
Have a lovely Sunday.

Honest Abe said...

I like the Maiden Grass.

Jori said...

So pretty!

Kerri said...

~ Pretty ~

TexWisGirl said...

lovely! the maiden grass is so dainty.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Always something beautiful around. These are lovely.

cieldequimper said...

Pretty! THe sun? What's that? :-)

George said...

Both of these certainly qualify to be 'best', but I really like your first photo. The light and color are amazing.

Paul in Powell River said...

What impresses me is that you know the names of these grasses!

Rohrerbot said...

Very nice:) Don't you just love that about photography? One moment nothing and two seconds later, a ray of light shines on something and BAM....photo moment:)

Al said...

Very beautiful November photos!

RedPat said...

We always learn something from you, EG!

Stephanie said...

Beautiful ones. Now I know the name of the last one.

Giga said...

Promienie słoneczne jednak czynią cuda, przy nich wszystko jest piękne. Pozdrawiam.
But the sun's rays make miracles with them everything is beautiful. Yours.

MyMaracas said...

Beautiful! That's the thing about photography. There's always something to see when you look with an artist's eye.

Kathy said...

Beautiful Depth of Field in these shots.

Daniel LaFrance said...

Beautiful local images! I didn't know what those were called. Another lesson on this journey called life.

Ana Eugénio said...

lucky us the sun came up showing you the way ;) lovely photos. congrats :) xxo

Ellie said...

Isn't it amazing how lovely something can look in the sunshine. Great pics. :)

lorik said...

I like the colour and I like the way you contrast the detailed line with the soft background texture.

Joyful said...

Very nice.

Rosemary Aubut said...

Outstanding photography!

Judy @ daily yarns said...

Glad the sun came out, these are beautiful!

Jacquelineand.... said...

Such graceful images!

Randy said...

Wonderful eye!

Elaine said...

Lovely photos ! Oh there is always something to photograph ya just got to look as it all as new canvas . Have a good day !

Ann said...

love the maiden grass.

Halcyon said...

Beautiful macros! That maiden grass reminds me of lace. SO pretty!

LONDONLULU said...

So much beauty! All right under your nose (well, in your garden:) - I love the warm, golden hues.

April said...

Lovely photos! I have always wondered what the names of the different grasses are. Thanks for identifying a couple.

Krishna said...

beautiful images...

thanks

see you there! said...

Amazing what we see when the sun hits just the right angle. Great grass photos.

Darla

Viola said...

Beautiful, and I favor the last one here. :)
lovely backgrounds also!

Sue said...

You make fall look good!

=)

Island Rambles Blog said...

such wonderful light and great shots...it all makes your part of Canada look so good. cheers.

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