Shooting Fall and Milkweed Wishes September 23, 2011September 23, 2011 | drawandshoot I marked the first day of fall by going out to shoot some bursting milkweed pods. Sending you all wishes on the wind, use them as you like… All images © of Karen McRae Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
13 thoughts on “Shooting Fall and Milkweed Wishes”
Your posts keep getting better and better… love the beauty within the mundane in these. So white and fluffy and ordinary but, here, extraordinary and intriguing. I feel them bursting but I also feel as if I’m peering through a thick haze of fog… great images!
Thanks so much Polly, your comments are always full of thought. It’s nice when someone reacts to an image.
Wow Karen!!! These are beautiful!!! It makes me feel as though I’m laying in a field with overcast weather, no worries!! – – – it transports me!! Fantastic!! 🙂 **
Thanks Xandre, I actually was laying in a field in overcast weather.
Beautiful images — minimal colour and and lovely simple compositions.
These are really beautiful
Thank you so much.
Karen, I think you need to revisit these images, and repost them. I am sure others will enjoy them. I have never seen Milkweed like this before! It’s a plant that lets you make a wish – why not?!
Thanks Marina! You have been digging around the archives, thanks for all your nice comments! 🙂
It will be nice to see some new vegetation soon!
Your work is great – I didn’t see all those architecture shots before, and hope to see more from you. As well as these plant shots too. You always give them an elegance
These photos are crazy beautiful Karen! You capture the difference in texture brilliantly, letting them pop and play against each other. Sweet!
Hi Anette, thanks do much for all your great comments. I think we are kindred spirits! : )
Indeed, I believe we are Karen : )