Sunflowers on their own are pretty, but when you can frame your subjects in such a way that you incorporate place or location into your photo, you can tell an even better story with your camera. This photo was taken in a more rural area of Garrett County, Md. The red barn makes this photo a lot more interesting not to mention that fact it tells you this field is part of a farm. (please see second photo below)
This photo was taken last year near the Garrett County Fairgrounds. Again, the Ferris wheel adds a sense of place to this picture.
Thanks for dropping by today, Rob
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[…] I was thinking about the way nature frames itself, and had a perfect example of that in mind. Then before posting this, I read the post of a favourite blogger/photographer, Rob Paine, who has a couple of fine examples of what I was thinking — check his post out here. […]
2 great examples of framing, Rob. The colours of the sunflowers are superb as well.
Superb photos particularly the one with the Ferris Wheel!