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Soft evening lighting in a garden...

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As I was driving by this location the other evening, I couldn't help notice how the evening sun was streaming through the alder's, among other tree's. When I crept into the undergrowth the ground was carpeted with these little plants. Dark green in color, the low lying sun refecting off them actually gives them a silvery appearence.

I'm not sure what they are, but they, along with the rest of the foilage and sun, made for some interesting photo opps.

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Thomas Kincaid is known as the "painter of light", but I think we should call Stu the "photographer of light." grin

You have a neat way of using the sunlight to create great photos!

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Thank you kindly! If the truth be known, it's all about lighting isn't it!

Here's one I took on the way into the office this morning. My intended subject was the webb. The flowers in the forground are blurred for that reason. I would have liked sharper images on the spider webb but the there was a slight breeze and it was constantly moving the webb

around.

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Very nice images Stu. You are right. It is ALL about light isn't it!

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