Friday, April 1, 2016

Lighting is Everything...



The light lured me outdoors with my

camera in hand...




These back lit tulips put on a show!






The bright tulips against the 

weathered fence boards






The yearling cattle are grazing 

in the background






Front yard tulips











The bird house has a new paint job this season.

Tree swallows call it home each year.





















The cattle are content feeding on 

the new spring grass.

You can see them in the distance 

along the river bank.
















Get out your camera and...

capture the light!







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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi



8 comments:

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

WOW LuAnn those photos are gorgeous! Do you use manual or auto settings to take your photos? I really need to learn to use the manual settings on the digital camera. I knew how on the old cameras that had a roll of film in them. Ha! That seems like ages ago now.

Linda E in AZ said...

lovely, thanks for sharing!

Odry said...

Unos tulipanes preciosos y un paisaje encantador.
La importancia de un rayo de sol ;)

Saludos :)

QuiltSwissy said...

Those photos are fabulous! I randomly saw a quilt on Pinterest this morning while we waited at the eye doctor. It was of layers of arches, with the light radiating from the backlit places of the interior. So much like the tulips!

claudia said...

Your color is so beautiful. Isn't spring wonderful???

Pauline Bedi said...

Your tulip pictures are stunning. I'd blow them up and use them as wall art. Smaller sizes would be lovely as greeting cards.

Alycia said...

Oh m y goodness - the color!! How fabulous - thank you for sharing what you see - I am SO ready for spring now!!!

Gail Moss said...

Oh, LuAnn, how I'd love to come from way down in the southeast where I live to way up in the northwest where you live and just walk around your yard and pasture and take in all the sights!!! I wish you could take some pictures from a drone of your place. I bet they would be fantastic!