Photograph info: We're having some unusually warm and sunny weather periods for January thanks to La Niña. No big winter storms ... yet.
Camera settings and post-processing: Photographed with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and the Canon 50mm f/1.2L at 50mm, ISO 160, f/2, 1/8000s. No post-processing.
Thank you for visiting Durham Township!
Wow. This does some interesting flips of scale and space. And completely dreamy!
Sooooo glad to see you back!
Vision in the swamp is minimum,
Blocked by the Daltyloctenium aegyptium.
We all missed you lo these many months.
Welcome back! What a lovely surprise to find a new photograph. And Hello to Crowfoot Johnny -
Mz Connally; The Apparitionist. A warm touch of the spiritual, creating the impression that your subject is partially there, partially not.
--(Could also be a dramatic image with which to publicize a lawn care service, as in, "Now's the time to get the jump on your spring landscaping needs" ...OK, probably not:)
Who is that masked man?
Good to see him through you and meet you through him.
Jenny, Jenny, do you know Miss Molly by any chance?
Sure do know Miss Molly
I know Lucille and Miss Anne too.
just one more among your legions of lurkers
very glad to find you back
JJ, I get the impression this group is very close:)
Things should go from worser to fairer
Since I realized my fingers typed in error.
Dactyloctenium aegyptium is now spelled right.
Thank you Jenny,Jenny for bringing my fault to light.
It is not as difficult as it seems,
Egyptian crowfoot grass is what it means. :-)
Peek-a-Boo! LOL - Love it!
What a lovely picture that you have posted for us to enjoy. I'm a newbie here and I really look forward to checking your site out from time to time. So glad that my friend turned me onto you. Awesome photos are always such a turn on for me since I am stuck inside most of the time. Gotta love how the Internet brings most everything right to our finger tips these days.
A new fan,
Dear JPH: Thank you for your immediate attention to that matter.