Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

September 8, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Taken by Diane ~ Summer 1986 ~ East Sandwich, MA

10 comments:

  1. Ohhh, that's absolutely beautiful. I love the lighting. The picture really projects a certain mood. Coming out of the darkness into the light.

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  2. The funny thing is, we had no idea when Diane (my cousin) shot it that I would be in silouette! I said, "hey take a picture of me in the sheep tunnel!" and she did. When she got her film back, we were surprised.

    Wish I was still that svelte.... and to think my mom used to drill it into my head that I had a weight problem. Yeah I do...NOW.

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  3. Very atmospheric (and not taken by me, in case anyone wonders!)

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  4. Lovely, artistic composition.

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  5. Wow. Lovely picture!

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  6. Your cousin certainly has a good eye for artful photography!

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  7. I think thats such a cool pic!! Love the bright greens outside and the silhoutte!!

    Thanks, as always, for your comments. To answer your question, each year the sunflower has to be planted. One tiny sunflower seed makes the huge plant tho. As I mentioned in my blog, the one I posted about was over 8ft tall, and the flower was at least a foot across. Probably weighs almost 10 lbs once the seeds are mature. I got the seedling from my father in law this early summer. Next year I will use one of its seeds to do a second generation :)

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  8. Very secret gardenesque~ I love it!

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  9. That is one amazing photo. It's one of the sort that just works better than you ever imagined it could/would...

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