Weekly Photo Challenge: Green

Title: Weekly Photo Challenge: Green

Place: Winona Lake, Indiana

Description: Alright, so the weekly photo challenge for this week is Green. I took this picture, not really thinking about it, and it ended up that a lot of people I have shown (including the photography professor that let me borrow her camera) love it. I love it too, but for course I love most of the picture I take and edit. šŸ™‚ So, this is actually a picture of a little plot here in our little town of Winona Lake. The reason that there are rows is because this plot is cross-stitched with decorative brick. It looked really sweet before the grass grew, but even better now that there is grass! I don’t think anyone will ever park in the plot though, because it looks too perfect to step on šŸ˜‰ When they first started building it I wondered what it was, and my fiancee told me that she heard a rumor that is was a parking lot, haha! She crazy šŸ˜‰ No one would dare park upon this beautiful grass! Anyway, I hope you enjoy my green post ;D Let me know what you think!


13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Green

  1. To me it looks like a picture taken from the air of a field where the workers are harvesting dressed in bright clothes.

  2. Beautiful photograph of a very basic plant that we see everyday. The lines, natural or not, really make this photograph and draw your viewer right in. Very well taken, great eye! Thanks for sharing,

    • Phillyyyyyyy!!!!!! It means a lot that you would check out my blog cuz! Thank you ^_^ and thanks for the comment! I definitely like showing the images that people might miss on a daily basis, or picture of things that are so small that most people wouldn’t think to look closely at šŸ™‚ love you cuz!

    • Really?? Wow! Maybe my perception of this piece is scewed because I know exactly where it comes from! Thanks for commenting! Nice to know what others think of my photography! šŸ™‚

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