Bored yet?

I find that when I end up with many successful photos from an excursion with my camera, on the one hand it makes doing my blog every day easier because I don’t have to search for a good photo, but on the other hand I start to run out of things to say because all of the photos are from the same place.

Such is the case today because I am still posting photos from our little jaunt out into the countryside last weekend when we ended up at the bird conservation area.  I just can’t get enough of these photos, and I really hope that I’m not boring you yet :).  There’s no story behind this photo really.  Again, it’s just one that appeals to me because of the colours and the feeling of motion you get from the windblown grasses.  I hope you like it too :).

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21 Responses to Bored yet?

  1. sayvan says:

    So the story behind this picture is the emotion you feel from the colours and of course the motion of the blowing grass… the feel of the wind or warmth of the breeze….. you see? There is a story in every picture so frankly they can never be boring…. you did actually tell a story about your shot…. great work

    • That’s what I love about this whole blogging thing – we all understand each other :). You’re right in that every photo evokes some sort of emotional response and that give us our story. Thanks for your wonderful comment which made me realize that it doesn’t have to be lengthy to be a story. 🙂

  2. beckyday6 says:

    Haha ha….is it weird that when I first looked at that I saw like….little green people with spears (the reeds in the waters reflections) wading through the water to a battle?
    I think I have an active imagination….. :S

    • No, not weird at all! I love your active imagination, and I smiled when I read your comment because I could see them too :). Sounds like the plot for a new fantasy novel doesn’t it?

    • By the way, you sound like you would like a good fantasy novel. I have to know – have you read The Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness?? It is an adult novel about witches and vampires written by a professor, so there is a lot of science and history thrown in, and it is one of the best books I have ever read!! The second one comes out in July, and I can hardly wait. If you haven’t read it yet, you really should give it a try :).

      • beckyday6 says:

        I certainly do love a good fantasy novel!
        No I haven’t read it……BUT it is on my bookshelf! I just haven’t gotten round to it yet 🙂 Thanks for the recommendation, I will raise it a little higher on my mental hierarchy of books to read. 🙂

        P.S. Glad you can see the little green men too, it makes me sounds less like a crazy person 😉

      • Oh you should move it to the very top of the pile, but just make sure you have lots of reading time available to you because you will not be able to put it down!!

      • beckyday6 says:

        Haha, well in that case, it sounds like the perfect summer read! 🙂

  3. Dor says:

    Never boring! The photo is full of life from the wind in the grasses and the ripples in the water, to the reflections and the lily pads. It’s almost like you took nature off guard. Love it! 🙂 Dor

  4. The clumps give a great look!

  5. zelmare says:

    Nope, not bored yet! Lovely picture. 🙂

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