Grass with Class

Grass at the Forest Edge - Gus Kilthau
@Ceerios (4775)
Goodfellow, Texas
March 11, 2017 11:59am CST
Grass with Class - Sometimes a really simple thing can make for a nice picture. Dead and dried-up grass being one of those things. There it was at the forest edge, just standing there, looking very pretty - tall and brightly colored clumps of grass, The effect that grass had on my little Canon camera was magic - like some sort of magnetism, or maybe even a cosmic force. The camera was simply lifted out of its camera case to be pointed at the grass clumps at forest edge. A rather amazing happening that was. The camera's shutter clicked, not too loudly, but all of the forest animals heard it and stayed back in the trees. No longer will that grass wither and die. It will live forever in its camera home. Image: Grass at the Forest Edge - Gus Kilthau
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@JudyEv (96663)
• Bunbury, Australia
12 Mar
I hadn't actually thought about that before. That, because of your photo, the grass is forever 'caught'. Nice thought.
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@Ceerios (4775)
• Goodfellow, Texas
12 Mar
@JudyEv - Ms Judy - Many peoples of our world strenuously object to having their photos made because they believe that their spirits (etc.) are grabbed up by those cameras. -Gus-
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@JudyEv (96663)
• Bunbury, Australia
12 Mar
@Ceerios That's true. Our TV warns viewers when images of deceased indigenous people might be displayed as some believe they shouldn't look upon images of those who have passed.
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@Ceerios (4775)
• Goodfellow, Texas
12 Mar
@JudyEv - Ms Judy - Now THAT is an amazing bit of information. -Gus-
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@megatron777 (3841)
• Guam
11 Mar
Good Bro. Gus, you have immortalized the lowly grass through the magic of your lense. A moment in time that may never come again!
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@Ceerios (4775)
• Goodfellow, Texas
11 Mar
@megatron777 - Brother Alex - Immortalization takes a long, long time. -Gus-