Saturday, June 18, 2011

Previously at the TCAAP WVA, I Saw Flowers Blooming

The wildflowers are blooming at the TCAAP Wildlife Viewing Area now. This flower is called a black-eyed susan (Rudbeckia hirta). There are lots of them in this small part of restored prairie. In fact, I helped plants some seeds on Public Lands Day in 2009.

I used my Nikon D5000 with the Nikkor 10-24mm Ultra Wide lens along with some knowledge I gained by reading Moose Peterson's book Captured. I like the way the colors pop and the distortion around the edge of the frame kind of directs the eye toward the flowers in the center. Not a great shot but I like it.

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