Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Camas Study 1

As the title name implies, I'm probably going to post a series of photos from my trip to the camas field in Lacamas Regional Park.  Camas is a perennial flower in the Pacific Northwest.  Related to the asparagus, it has a sweet inulin-rich bulb that was a staple food for Native American tribes. I've got a lot of photos from this dewy early morning visit.  Maybe they will all look the same to me tomorrow, but right now I'm imagining I will want to post several, as I decide what I like and don't like about each shot.  In this photo I like the addition of the pink clover, and also the diagonal line created by the clover-rich foreground. 

6 comments:

Karen S. said...

Such beauty!

Nancy's Notes said...

Delightful flowers and oh my, the colors are just delightful!

Nancy

TexWisGirl said...

very pretty dewy mix!

Linda W. said...

Very pretty! Love all the dewdrops - they sparkle like diamonds.

Ida said...

It's a lovely photo. Pretty colors and so sparkly with the dew.

Felicia said...

gorgeous