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In Deerfield. October 19, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Along the Deerfield river.  At a flower farm.  These rows weren’t harvested, I don’t know why:

Black Eyed Susans and purple Coneflower on the plains of Deerfield.  Black Eyed Susans are biennials, perhaps that figures into it.

Elliot was instrumental in getting that shot.   I liked the way my eye was drawn into the scene, and was pleased to see the results of considerable (8 degrees) objective lens tilt in capturing that sensation.

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1. Bob - October 19, 2011

“These rows weren’t harvested, I don’t know why”

For so you could photograph them and share with us, of course!

(and, possibly, so they can go to seed for next year’s crop?)

2. littlebangtheory - October 19, 2011

I was still editing this post when your comment showed up – that’s amazingly quick of you, Cuz! 🙂

Perhaps for seeds, but both of these plants are pretty hardy and transplant well, so I wonder if they’re to be sold live next year?

3. Spinny Liberal - October 23, 2011

Absolutely gorgeous. Keep capturing stuff like this. It’s a nice break from the joke that is politics.


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