Meadows at Sunset
The meadow asters just glow to ‘fill the frame’. These images fill the frame with light, some soft and some flooded with evening glow. This is my submission for GGW. I like the image for the ambiance of the moment.
These two never even noticed the pretty surroundings. These fields are often overlooked because of the majesty of the Niagara Gorge, yet tiny lavender aster are abundantly strutting their stuff.
The trees are just starting to color.
The two meadows brimming with wildflowers, are separated by a field of just grasses and a few goldenrod. Notice the rolling terrain. It is so much more dynamic than a level field.
Drifts of lavender blue make for a pastoral scene.
The grassy meadow is posted with a sign designating it a meadow on the grassy knoll, above. I think we need some sheep here.
This meadow is very large and is a cloud of white and blues. Butterflies and dragonflies are plentiful and I have shot many macros of the insects. Here is a Buckeye enjoying a drink.
But notice he is a backdrop for the crisp shadow.
And the sun slowly sinks over the horizon, the insects take refuge, and the fluttering ceases until tomorrow morning. Time for another day… a new vantage point.
Happily linking with Carolyn of This Grandmother’s Garden for the Autumn Walk Challenge.