Grazing In The Grass

Grazing In The Grass

Grazing In The Grass

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“Everything here is so clear, you can see it. And everything here is so real, you can feel it. And it’s real, so real, so real, so real, so real, so real. Can you dig it?”

The Friends of Distinction

Hugh Masekela

Copyright 2016, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

Nikon N6006 SLR Nikkor AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f-2.8D EDexposure: not recorded, program mode: Aperture Priority, film:  Kodak Lumiere 100 35mm reversal film, handheld, Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai, 35 mm film scanner, LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast 8 scanner software


16 thoughts on “Grazing In The Grass

  1. Needull: Thanks for liking ”Grazing In The Grass”. I came upon this pastoral scene while walking down a dirt road. There was a cow grazing among the spring wildflowers on this warm sunny day. It was perfect, or so I thought until a puppy arrived. He was the exact same color as the cow and he began to mimic her as she grazed. This added a wonderful whimsicality to an already idyllic scene.

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  2. Victor Rakmil: Thanks for liking. Landscapes, as much as I love them can be a trap for a photographer. They suck you in with their beauty…but is it really art? With this image, I feel I have achieved a likeness to French impressionism similar to the work of Claude Monet…so I am happy with it.

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  3. Hanzel Lacida: Thanks for following I share your interests. I was a landscape photographer first, then became a fashion photographer, and am now I’m getting back to my roots again. You can find some of my fashion work in the people category on this blog. Welcome!


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