I just returned home from leading a really fun workshop at Block Creek Natural Area this past week. I will put up an image or two from there as soon as I get caught up.  In the meantime, here is a pic from last week’s wildflower display around Ennis.

I saw this handful of bluebonnets amidst a strand of old barbed wire.  Fortunately the barbed wire was already laid out in a very nice leading line through the flowers (thank you, gods of composition). All I had to do was find the right angle where the wire did not intersect with bluebonnets. The soft light and morning dew did the rest.

I quite like the yin and yang of the barbed wire and wildflowers.

Bluebonnets and Barbed Wire

Bluebonnets and barbed wire, outside Ennis (south of Dallas), Texas, USA. Canon 1DX. 140mm. ISO 800. 1/50 sec. at f/16. EV +1/3.