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

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Bird Creek Meadow

Flower Field in Litzlberg  (1905)
  Gustav Klimt
A snapshot showing the variety and abundance of wildflowers blooming last weekend along the Bird Creek Meadow Trail near Mt. Adams. Flowers, bees, and butterflies were everywhere, and although I didn't hike far enough to come upon a large meadow vista, I did want to capture all the colors.  Last week I  was thinking back to the artistic photography class I took over the winter, and how much I got out of the assignments where I had to photograph in the style of a famous artist. I figured I could continue to work on that myself, and randomly checked out a Klimt Landscapes book. Even though the lighting on the hike was a little bright for my liking, this particular photo does a passably good job of replicating Klimt's mosaic-like, detailed foliage style of painting...but not his composition, so I'm going to keep working on the photo.


Giga said...

I love these colorful meadows. Greetings.

TexWisGirl said...

how gorgeous! love the mix!