This is a good example of seeing beyond the basics and trying for something a little more visually appealing. The bottom image is what I saw driving by and the colorful tree made me stop and inquire if I could walk in the yard for a photo. I thought the blue bells contrasted perfectly with the pink tree,and I knew getting in low and close to the blue bells would make them a nice strong foreground element and you can clearly see what camera angles can do to improve a shot.I think the photo is nicely balanced and is a new favorite of mine from this spring, and special thanks to the family that left me onto the yard in the first place.
Donald, this is beautiful and makes your point about viewing angle; a lesson I need to apply. I really enjoy your photos of Lancaster County. Thank you so much.
It is a good visual reminder to look around when shooting.Thanks a lot and hope you get some great photos.
Lovely! Great choice of composition!
Very nice, enjoy your photos, love to share with folks overseas and western USA.
Wish I had the money to travel overseas and out west.thanks
Wonderful juxtaposition of the two images! Maybe realtors will take notice because you definitely illustrated the difference of perspective, for the better surely.
thanks so much
Thanks for the instruction. Really does make a difference
No charge either
This is wonderful!
Not sure how I missed this from April ! Gorgeous–may I share it , just to brag on you?
Certainly.one of my favorites this spring