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Saturday, July 30, 2011
How Many Ways Can You Use a Background
I was chasing after the Garter Snake for a little while this morning. I find it fascinating to watch them hunt. I spotted some rye grass growing off of our deck and I thought to myself. That would make an interesting image. So using my a backdrop I had been using for my hummingbird photography I decided to give it a try. Is it a bit too bright and wild?
God's light and love to all,
Posted by Christhephotog at 1:01 PM
Labels: backgrounds, Canon, Canon 50D, Mendocino County, plants, rye, rye grass
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