In Deerfield. October 19, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: biennial, Black-eyed Susans, Canon 24mm TS-EII, Cone Flower, Deerfield, echinacea, Elliot, tilt-shift photography
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.