Monday, April 21, 2008

Project Green - Field of Greens

Another shot from my Saturday stroll through the neighborhood.


Please go to Anna's blog to see her Project Green photos and the links to all the other participants.

All my Project Green posts:
1. Palm Leaf
2. Field of Greens
3. Finding Green in Red China
4. Larry the non veggie Veggie
5. Oooops
5b. Oooops revisited
6. Green Eyed Pumpkin
7. Gift Wrapped in Green

17 comments:

Lacey Lichi said...

I had been a bit behind on your blog! I LOVE all of the last shots! I don't think I could even choose a favorite. They are stunning! The last PLT shot is fantastic! I love that your wine is looking at Elmo, nice juxtapostion!
On a side note-I REALLY want a macro lens. And as to having a willing subject- it depends on the day. You'll notice that I have VERY few pictures of my oldest son. They all have learned the "no paparazzi" stance!

quilly said...

I love this photo. It is very restful.

Anna said...

The framing and depth of field is wonderful!

Lilli & Nevada said...

That is a really pretty post of green

Carletta said...

I really like this when I enlarge it! I feel like I could be a grasshopper looking around in there!

R&J said...

Thank you visiting my site!
I was yesterday here, but I don't stay longer where the music is loudly playing (because I listen MY music), so those nice photos from sites with music will not get my comments, sorry...even when the photos are VERY GOOD - as your's are...

JC said...

Terrific shot... great DOF! Well done!

lynn said...

Very nice. I love the palm leaf also.

Michelle Pendergrass said...

You've outdone yourself with this one! I'd blow that up and hang it on my wall in a heartbeat.

I love the depth and lines and textures. The soft unfocused green in the background and the straight almost harsh contrast in the stems.

Great one!!

Kim from Hiraeth said...

What a wistful photo. . .we'll have to wait forever to see the blooms!

Gorgeous!

annette said...

Stunning again Robert, it reminds me of watercolours in the background, beautiful greens.

Laura said...

This is a very peaceful photo. Make me want to nap. Thanks!

b13 said...

That would make a fabulous desktop image! Nicely composed.

christy said...

I like this one a lot! Again, quite jealous of that nice lens...

Yes, I had tried some other angles with my picture of the books, but decided on that shot because you could best read the titles = )

Thanks for the prayers for my surgery!

Karly said...

I love green! :)

This one is great! I think I am going to hire you to photograph things I would like to put on my walls. Just as soon as we have some extra cash. :)

Green Eyed Girl said...

Awesome capture of green! I am trying to motivate myself to participate in the one, but with an exam on Monday, I just don't have the time. Hopefully next one!

The Apron Queen said...

Enjoyed your Project Green. Come check out my green sand pails. I'm still trying to get the sand outta my shorts! :D

http://anapronaday.blogspot.com/2008/04/tackling-sand-in-my-shorts.html