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This picture is sort of inspired by Graeme Hubbard. His pictures help me to see the opportunities,

 

 

comments (17)

  • Ray
  • United States
  • 21 Apr 2017, 02:34
Love this!

Yes...Graeme has a great eye, and can pick a masterpiece out of a swampy puddle.
Louis: He can, I agree.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 21 Apr 2017, 04:46
You should have said: 'Beautiful grass'..I always like the different kind of this tall growing grass. So decorative.
Louis: smile Grass is so simple in general, that one tends to miss decorative side of the plant.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 21 Apr 2017, 04:48
I tried to google Graeme Hubbard, could not fins what I was looking for, can you give me a link?
Louis: Try
http://hubbard.shutterchance.com/image/2017/01/09/frosty/
and
http://hubbard.shutterchance.com/image/2017/03/29/woodland-frost-iv/

I just picked two of the pictures that inspired my picture. He has many other good pictures.
What a beautiful selection of grasses here, Louis - and as wonderfully photographed as any of Graeme's!
Louis: Thanks - the comparison is an honour to me.
My immediate thought was Trump's Hair...but I'm afraid that is a desecration of your beautiful image, Louis.
Louis: Well thank you, Ginnie smile I had a good grin.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 21 Apr 2017, 06:17
I get the feeling you'd soon get lost in there Louis - STAY OUT!
Louis: Since I agree, I stayed out, Chris.
They loo almost like. Celebration Louis.
Louis: A cheering crowd yes, gutteridge.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 21 Apr 2017, 09:20
een heel mooie foto! Some animals might have hidden there.
Louis: Dankjewel, Philine. Daar is heelwat diertjes wat in de lange gras houden, ja. Daar worden ze niet zo makkelijk overvallen.
Lovely and ripe,. It will be a place to feed many birds for photo opportunities.
Louis: For some reason, there were not as many in this area as I expected when I passed by. A bit further the grass was alive with birds.
Great shot Louis, Graeme is indeed very good at this sort of shot, as indeed are you as well.
Louis: Thanks for the comparison, Brian. But I still think of him as a master.
That would challenge your mower.
Louis: Ha, ha - that would, Bill.
beautiful grass Louis... good textures....petersmile
Louis: Thank you peter
Grand grass, Louis.
Louis: ... and providing living space for so many little creatures.
Wonderful! Ray will love that!
Louis: Oh, he does, thank you Tom.
So wild and colorful... like fireworks...
Louis: Interesting comparison (I can see why) - thank you Larry
i cannot get a sense of scale here Louis, but i imagine they are muuuucccch taller than what i see usually.
Louis: My guess is of 2.5m average, Ayush.
I remember coming across some desert dune pictures of your's a few years ago and thinking 'that's the sort of quality I'm after'. If I'm getting anywhere near it then I'm happy. Many thanks, Louis.
Louis: Thanks for that Graeme. Your quality is constant good and better, but what I admire most, are your nature shots.

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