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16 thoughts on “Harvest”
I’ve also traveled across the U.S. twice and have seen almost all of the scenes in these photos, or similar ones. I stayed out here the second time! Your photos are great. If you have any public gardens near where you live or private ones that might have open days once a year, you might find even more inspiration for your music at some of them, esp. if you go in fall or winter. Just a thought…
Thank you that is a very good thought! I think you made a good choice staying out there, it must be wonderful. Thank you for your kind comment 🙂
You wouldn’t believe but I remembered you today even before you clicked like on my post. I like this photo a lot. Nice to see some of your work, Mike 🙂 How are you?
I’m very well thank you Paula, been enjoying travelling and summer sunshine. Glad to see your work is up to your usual very high standards 🙂
Thanks, Mike… am enjoying your “clouds” track now 🙂
That’s really a pretty sight!
Love that light…perfect 🙂 Gorgeous image !
Thank you Cristina, the scene made me stop what I was doing and go fetch my camera 🙂
I was thinking this might have been Montana or the midwest but it seems you are lucky enough to be looking out at this from your home. You captured this golden field in some great light Mike.
Thank you LuAnn, it was a lovely evening and the scene demanded a picture!
I thought it was Montana. Beautiful.
Luckily for me Anneli it is just outside my front door 🙂
Very lucky, indeed!
That would have been a great photo at any time, but to be threw he the light was perfect and then to frame it so well, wow! I just love that golden glow.
Thanks Emilie, the scene made me stop in my tracks and I had to get a photo 🙂