An october morning can also still be green when the sun breaks through the mist.
Photo is captured near Vilhelmsborg, an old manor from 1486 – close to Mårslet, where I live.
I like the way you have captured the landscape. The morning mist enhances the curvature and distance in the image. Well done Truels!
…What are the plants in the field? I think I have seen them very often, but without ever learning what they are.
I’m glad you liked the photo too, the field is planted with winter rape (see Scott’s comment + reply) and will look like this next summer: https://truels.wordpress.com/2010/06/02/rapefield/
I’ve seen both the green and the yellow fields so often without linking them. There is always something new to learn.
Excellent depth of field here. Are these plants going to stop growing during the winter and then pop up in the spring? The farmers around me plant winter wheat which does that. Grows a little and then stops after the first frost.
Thank you, Scott. The farmers here also plants different winter crops, here rape, this is good for the environment since the crop binds nutrients and thus protects groundwater, and it is also good for the farmer because he gets a better and earlier harvest. A win-win situation that I also think many others of us benefit from: The green fields now are beautiful and give dreams of the spring that comes – next year 🙂
Excellent shot, Truels! Great composition with the diagonal lines in the foreground opposed to the horizontal background. Also, I love the light mist. It creates a beautiful combination of textures which you’ve captured very well. Well done!
Thank you, Kai, I am happy and very pleased with your fine comments 🙂
Beautiful light and deep depth to this image.
Thank you, Kala. I get SO inspired from your excellent blog 😉
This is a beautiful landscape Truels…..your October is much warmer that where i live… most of the leaves have fallen and even the Tamaracks are dropping their golden needles….thanks for the visit…..peter:)
Oh – I was very impressed by your photos of the Tamaracks – this North American larch tree is so beautiful in fall – and are not found over here (as far as I know). Thank you for visiting, Peter!
This is a very beautiful image.
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