Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Green green grass

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Out on a public field, the green is restful, tempting me to take off my shoes and feel the morning grass..fresh and recharges. Have you tried doing that?

Oh, all I could hear now is the grass cutter working outside (since 8am)..so long, dandelions, but I know you'll be back soon enough :)
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19 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

A beautiful photograph and there, are the dandelions. Now I know where they came from.

Kate said...

Ah, this looks so much more inviting than the white scene outside my window now---snow!! Don't know how I'm going to handle this after Mazatlan!!

magiceye said...

lovely sight!

Olivier said...

c'est bete qu'une voiture passe à ce moment ;o(. sinon c'est un tres beau paysage de printemps, j'adore


it is stupid which a car passes at this time ;O(. if not it is a very beautiful landscape of spring, I adore

isabella said...

I live on a golf course, so dandelions are outlawed! And I can't go barefoot because of the snakes...
Maybe I should visit you? This scene is so bucolic...

Kris said...

kate,
hang in there!!

olivier,
that's the car park, olivier. Its not moving ;)

isabella,
snakes on golf course? heheh..
sure, you are most welcome!

thanks all for stopping by!

Kalyan said...

Beautifully captured shot!

denton said...

Yes, dandelions are very dependable. They always come back ... Your prespective on this photo is very nice.

Zsolt said...

Kris do I remember well that you have a similar photo from a similar angle? Or I have a deja vu?:) Anyway..I like this perspective:)

alice said...

Yes, i like walking bare foot in the grass too...and you, do you blow off the dandelions'seeds? ("dandelions", a strange name to a French ear: "dent de lion" means "lion's teeth"! The French name is "pissenlit", quite funny too ;-)

mad said...

Ah, spring has sprung
at last.

Kris said...

mad,
even your comment is poetic, ah :)

alice,
blow off? nah, someone might be watching me and think that i'm childish! i'm very self-conciou, you see :D

oh, you're right on the lion's teeth as stated in wikipedia :-

The name dandelion is derived from the Old French, dent-de-lion, which is literally "lion's tooth", ...

Zsolt,
I'm in this phase of low angle shots. So, you might feel it is the same composition over and again; the same Szentes green grass ;)

Denton,
true enough the grass cutter did his job, they're gone now. I see more coming tho!

thanks all again for coming!

richard said...

I do know the feeling - or at least I used to, and you just reminded me about it. I can feel all those bits and pieces between my toes already

alice said...

Thank you, Kris, for these Wikipedia'precisions!

Jazzy said...

i love dandelions, cougt on time ;)

Kerry-Anne said...

Wow, I missed this picture yesterday, it's beautiful! I wish I could be lying in that field, doing absolutely nothing.

Lessie said...

ooo -- I want to imitate this! Great shot! Any technical hints? :)

Kris said...

lessie,
hints? hmmm..i usually snap til I'm satisfied with at least one shot without studying too much with technicality. With my entry level SLR, set the mode to A (Aperture), lay with both hands and feet on the ground ;) snap! you may want to give a diff. depth to the background. Hope this helps :)

kerry-anne,
usually i see that in big cities, but here no one is doing it ??

Richard,
wonderful feeling, isnt it?

Thanks all for your visits :)

blueboat said...

what a lovely photo kris - it gives me the feeling of lying in the grass, listening to the birds...I can't wait until summer!

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