A Photo a Week Challenge: Backlit

Another challenging photo idea from Nancy Merrill’s weekly meme. This week the subject is “backlit.’ It is an opportunity to share photographs with Old Sol providing the illumination from the rear with interesting results.

Muhly grass is native to our area. It sits as a quiet clump of greenery from spring through summer. But in fall, when its seed heads open and the sun is behind it, it becomes a spectacular point in the garden.

Fall leaves can be lovely subjects when backlit on a cool autumn afternoon.

Please visit Nancy at https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2021/04/12/a-photo-a-week-challenge-backlit-2/ to see her offering and others who have joined in the challenge.

About johnvic8

John Viccellio retired after 24 years in the U. S. Navy and began to dig into gardening when he could finally land in one place. He completed the Master Gardener course in 1992 and has since designed and constructed two of his own gardens. He wrote a monthly garden column for ten years and was a regular contributor to Carolina Gardener magazine. John published his first book, Guess What's in My Garden!, in 2014. He lives in Stallings, NC with his wife, in close proximity to six of his eight grandchildren.
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2 Responses to A Photo a Week Challenge: Backlit

  1. anne leueen says:

    Two lovely photo responses to this challenge.

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  2. Cathy says:

    That grass is amazing. Like fireworks!

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