these fleeting moments – This Wind Blown Field (55)


these fleeting moments-PhotoBlog: This Wind Blown Field, Late last week, Justin and I took a drive through Plainsboro for some lunch time shooting. It has been a few years since I had last been in that neck of the woods. I was pleasantly surprised however, to find that there were still some massive wheat fields ready to be captured. It was a breezy afternoon and the number of cars on these back roads were few. The gentle sound of the rustling wheat, was a beautiful accompaniment while we snapped away.

Quelle: these fleeting moments – This Wind Blown Field (55)

these fleeting moments – This Wind Blown Field (55). Originally published on Scouting the World

these fleeting moments – This Wind Blown Field (55)


these fleeting moments-PhotoBlog: This Wind Blown Field, Late last week, Justin and I took a drive through Plainsboro for some lunch time shooting. It has been a few years since I had last been in that neck of the woods. I was pleasantly surprised however, to find that there were still some massive wheat fields ready to be captured. It was a breezy afternoon and the number of cars on these back roads were few. The gentle sound of the rustling wheat, was a beautiful accompaniment while we snapped away.

Quelle: these fleeting moments – This Wind Blown Field (55)

these fleeting moments – This Wind Blown Field (55). Originally published on Scouting the World

Dazzling Fireflies Display

The magic of fireflies caught by long exposure photographs taken in Japan. As the original source is the Japanese language website Digital Photo Blog we don’t have a lot of information about the photographers, but it seems that these photos were taken in the rainy months of June and July in Maniwa, Japan in recent years – the most recent photos are dated 2011, the earliest 2008.

A Return to Nature Movement

French photographer Eric Valli spent a few years with 4 different groups of these intriguing people, taking intimate images of their everyday lives in the American wilderness that they now call home. The images we have here are from 3 of those groups, each with a varying level of societal connection.

Birds At Edge Of The World

Tufted Puffins (Lunda Cirrhata) domiciliate the northerly Pacific areas including Far Eastern oceans of Russia and assort equatorial areas of the Arctic ocean. The birds expend most part of their lives in an sea. They stay onto land 4 months a yr to breed.