Thursday, July 17, 2008

Bright Lights, Big City


Somehow this lonely little foxglove seems to glow in the slanting sunlight of late afternoon...

9 comments:

John Theberge said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, I'm glad you enjoyed it. You have some lovely photos on your blog also.

Marcie said...

I guess we're on similar wavelengths (or...great minds think alike???). Love how you've captured the bokeh in yours. The colors are great!!!

smilnsigh said...

Ohh sigh... So, so, so soft and beautiful. And such wonderful distance ... softness. No, that's not the right word. Distance MAGIC, is more like it!

I don't know the photography terms, to say what I want to say, but...... Wow do I appreciate your work!!!

Miss Mari-Nanci
Smilnsigh
Photos-City-Mine
When Twilight Embraces

don said...

I like the simple image with its single flower. The soft effect is pronounced and very appealing.

Ampersand said...

thanks for stopping by my blog. it seems we share an affinity for what we like to shoot. i'm enjoying your work.

i like the traces of other plants in the background.

Gawdess said...

I like all the sparkly bits in the background too.

smilnsigh said...

I love your blog so much, I had to point people to it. :-) I hope that's ok, with you...

Miss Mari-Nanci
'Smilnsigh'

Sandie said...

Very pretty love the focus.

Roses and Lilacs said...

The phrase 'golden moment' comes to mind. A glimmery, shimmery sun just hinted at in the golden haze. Beautiful.

I just visited another blog where I learned a little about macros. I hope I learned a little about light here.
Marnie