Our barn is right in the middle of meadows where cows graze with their young calves and young bullocks frolic and show off. The hedgerows are full of wild flowers, grasses and insects and on late autumn evenings as the light falls, the colours of the fruit laden brambles, hawthorns and other thorny hedge plants turn rusty browns, golds and purples.
Its an absolute joy to spend an hour wandering with my camera, annoying the insects as I try to focus on flower heads, to capture these colours.
2 thoughts on “Late evening hedgerow grasses”
Wow, this is amazing! The earthiness of the palate in these is stunning.
There were some lovely deep colours and I want to explore this more in my photographs. Finding my way.
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