Reading Between the Lines

Meat on the table!

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10 thoughts on “Reading Between the Lines

    • Thank you, most faithful follower! You know, there are feathers all up and down the river now. If a duck or goose comes in low, you could say it is on its final glide path. 🙂 Seriously, it was the grass that caught my eye first and i was trying to find the right composition to capture how it was all laid over flat from the receded flood waters. Then I discovered the little feather, and I knew that was the shot.

    • I’m deeply touched by your words, Bente. It is somehow a humbling thing to know that others are moved by something you have done. Thank you.

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