Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Horse in Bluebonnets

Another shot from this past weekends BAPC field trip to the Brenham, TX area. This shot was taken near Chappell Hill with my Oly E-3 and "Bigma" 50-500 lens.


Doug Haass said...

I like this shot better than the cow one, though it's nice too. The depth of field starts almost at the edge of the foreground, which I think does a better job of leading the eye into the photo and to your subject.

Barry Armer said...

Beautiful shot Larry! Love the composition and the "action" of the horses tail (to me this makes the photo dynamic rather than static).

Well done!

Cindi said...

I like this too, the color saturation is wonderful. The horse's face is a little dark, you might try to lighten it some so his eyes can be seen better. I really liked the shallow depth of field on your cow shot yesterday and I like the closer perspective on this one. The horse's tail does add an extra something here too!

Larry J. Patrick said...

I think bluebonnets are very hard to photograph. You did a great job here of putting them in context. Love the colors.