The world according to O. Bisogno Scotti
Carrizo Plain 030 painting, Carrizo Plains National Monument, California, USA
Copyright 2012 O. Bisogno Scotti All Rights Reserved.
Nikon D1X DSLR, AF Nikkor 24mm f/2.8D, Exposure: f 8, 1/250 sec., ISO 400, exposure compensation: +0.67, Manfrotto 3221 tripod, Manfrotti 3047 studio head, Photoshop CS3.
This image was painted in Photoshop CS3 using various brushers, filters, and blending modes.
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What? No exclamation point? Just kidding. Thanks.
That is nature in all its glory!
Thanks for liking carbon based life form 🙂
I think so! is it in death valley? :unsure:
There certainly are a lot of flowers, what are they?
This was captured in Carrizo Plain National Monument during the wettest year California has had in 100 years. The plain was blanketed with yellow orange California poppies, with accents of blue lupine.
Thanks for the like Natures’ Child!
How awesome a sight that must have been. I have not seen poppies in real life nor lupine either they are in my favorite colour blue. Do these flowers have a scent?.
They are beautiful wildflowers. Poppies have no scent. I don’t think the lupine do either.
Do the poppies grow all over California or just in special places at certain times?
The fate of the California poppy is always precarious. They need just the right amount of rain at just the right times throughout the winter to flourish in the spring. I think they grow all over California, but they are in abundance from San Diego to San Francisco. The Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve is about 90 miles from Los Angeles.
fivereflections. Thank you for liking Carrizo Plain 030
Digital Painting by O. Bisogno Scotti
sukiyama02. Thanks for liking this. Digital painting is one of the most gratifying things I do.
vandana kandpal: Thanks for liking “Carrizo Plain 030”. It has been good seller for me over the years, but it came out of my love for painting.
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