Shots at Large

In the interest of being interesting, I am going to try something new.  Now and again, I will be posting a set of similarly-themed photos under the title “Shots at Large.”  By analogy to my “Thoughts at Large” posts, this will let me share my photos in a more casual context.

The theme of this edition is plant life.  As a photographer, I don’t think there is much to add to the visual treat that plants offer — the key is figuring out how not to ruin it, and as always the answer is lighting, lighting, lighting.

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4 Responses to Shots at Large

  1. Rob says:

    Great work.

  2. Michael says:

    Congratulations! You managed to find the ONLY tulip in Ottawa that Weekend!

    • Craig says:

      Thank you both for visiting, and hope you’re well. Michael, yes the tulips were behind schedule but I do remember Gunn and Diane getting some excellent shots of them. I focused more on taking shots of things that didn’t move, pretty much the opposite of what you do.

  3. Toni says:

    Abilene….nice slice of Americana! If you ever do get back to Kansas, you should try to get to Wichita…straight shot down I-35.Great city/….not too big, not too small and easy to find your way around. Also in the area….the Flint Hills. Unfortunately I did not have the chance to go there, but hear it’s a great place to visit for those of us who like nature.

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