Yellow Rocket, a.k.a. Barbarea vulgaris

PHOTO INFO
These shots were taken in four different fields on a very breezy late morning after I took my son to school -- a beautiful spring day that reassured me winter was gone for good!

Processing info: the usual! Curves, curves, curves, and some fading with the overlay and multiply modes, and of course some saturation.

Tomorrow is my last big school project - then all the heavy lifting is overwith! I'll be catching up on my correspondence with everone starting Tuesday...

Happy Mother's Day!

--Kathleen

Comments:

This reminds of the only oil painting my mother ever painted except it was of dafidils.
She was a inspiration for my photography as well.
Your photographs are wonderfull!
Thanks for sharing!

Posted by jim kron at November 23, 2005 6:13 PM

How could you reach such a brightness??! It's really fantastic! It's hard to believe it's not a computer graphic, but the real world! Thank you for inspiration!

Posted by Anna at January 27, 2006 8:32 PM

Kathleen, this is an amazing shot. The super-wide sky touches those yellow blossoms. Stunning! Makes me stare.

Posted by JustPics at January 16, 2007 7:39 PM

Outstanding Image! Great Job...
Please, consider Sharing the Shooting Location of this and other Great Images and your Favorite Photography Locations with other photographers at WorldonPaper.com.

Posted by Travel Photographer at June 2, 2007 5:28 PM
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