Friday Photo Challenge – splendour in the grass

Amanda’s Challenge this week is to demonstrate Splendour in the Grass, which sounds as if it should be the title of a film or blockbuster book.

She has some magnificent photos vividly illustrating her point on her blog StPa (Something to Ponder About., where Amanda notes:

So often we walk around in nature failing to notice the details, the grass under our feet.

Subtle changes in colour and appearance indicate the passing of the seasons. Many varieties of grass remain invisible, yet are an integral part of the natural landscape.

Let’s hope my modest efforts can rise to this week’s challenge!

Screen shot of a film about grasslands showing at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris.

Forest behind our Domaine which is much beloved by wild boars.

Desert in Arizona

Leutasch Valley in Austrian Tyrol

Place des Vosges, Paris

Australian bush between Sydney and Adelaide

Galician coast, Spain

France profonde

Victorian Ranges, Australia

Victorian Wetlands

I’m much enjoying these weekly challenges hosted on alternate weeks by either Amanda or Sandy because they force me to think about what’s in my photo archives and how I might re-purpose them.

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27 Comments on “Friday Photo Challenge – splendour in the grass

  1. I like the little world tour of grasslands you featured here but naturally, the Tyrol caught my eye. I think I remember that spot! Those wonderful churches and backdrop of peaks. Fantastic.

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  2. What a wonderful melange. Sheree! Most enjoyable, especially at a time when vicarious travel is all we have

    Note: It’s Saturday, August 29, 12:45 EST (US). I just posted “Will Sports Figures Help Us Break Through the Hatred ?” It’s showing up in my reader. I hope it’s also visible in yours.

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