A Prairie Grass Interlude

I have a fondness for prairie grass. It billows and flutters with the aid of our Blackland Prairie wind. We have an abundance of it in East Williamson County, but it’s not always a simple thing to photograph because of the ever-increasing traffic in our area. These photos were throughout the day on a (thankfully) less-traveled road on this Saturday. Observing how light falls on it at different times is interesting. All photos are of the same field of grass. The opening image was made just after sunrise. The second, near sunset, about ten hours later. The final image was made about 30 minutes after the sun put itself to bed. The way light adorns a subject is something that drives my passion.

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