Very cool contrast between the two!
I see where it gets its name. And, like Reb mentioned, the constrast really stands out.
That's an exceptional piece of phtography, Leah. Love it. How tall were those two and did you use 'macros' setting or just really zoom in? I'm still learning with all the settings but I find that if i zoom too much I lose the photo.
Odd to see the two so close together. As a kid I remember playing with horsetail. Nice photo!
Reminds me of down by the creek around here. Very pretty.
Thanks, Reb.David C., it is apt, isn't it? David B., thanks. I'd say they were 12 to 15 inches high. My zoom was at 180mm (max is 250) with shutter at 1/180 and aperture at at f 11. Sensitivity at 100.Learning is fun. Get out there and play.Thank you, Carla. There's a magnificent world at our feet.Thanks, Tabor. I liked how they looked together.Messymimi, thanks. Creek edges are fascinating.
As a desert dweller, I hope you have more pics of wetlands. Enjoy looking at them through your camera.
Love your photos. So delicate.Mary
Ron, thanks. I do have a few more.Mary,thank you so much.
Perhaps now I can leave a comment....(have been having an identity crisis, according to Google. sigh)Love the photo - as others have mentioned, the contrast between the plants is very cool!
How incredibly cool! You are an amazing photographer.
Bag Lady, thanks. I wondered why I hadn't heard from you. Thomma Lyn, thanks so very much.
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