There are 12 images tagged with “field”.
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March 20, 2020
I love blue flowers - there aren't that many.
September 13, 2019
Sunrise over the Nottely River in western North Carolina.
September 15, 2017
I had planted a couple packets of wildflower seeds in my window boxes, but the list of flowers only had the scientific names, so I didn't really know what I was planting. Well, now I know what cosmos is and that window boxes aren't the best place for it! But the cornflowers were my favorite. I didn't know how many different shades they were. This is not a photograph of my window boxes, but the cornflowers blooming there inspired me to make this virtual cornflower field in Vue.
March 15, 2016
I saw a picture with purple tulips in the sunlight and wanted to create something like it in Vue. There are lots of tulips planted in my yard, but because they were planted in the shade, they rarely bloom. Tulips like lots of sunshine!
March 1, 2016
“Resurgam” is Latin for “I shall rise again” - an good inscription for a gravestone, especially in the spring. It seemed appropriate to combine the symbols for death, remembrance, and resurrection.
January 8, 2016
A great battle must have taken place here a long time ago, but all that's left now is a ruined tower in a field of poppies.
This image was created in Vue.
December 15, 2015
“‘Down there,’ said Golg, ‘I could show you real gold, real silver, real diamonds.’
“‘Bosh!’ said Jill rudely. ‘As if we didn't know that we're below the deepest mines even here.’
“‘Yes,’ said Golg. ‘I have heard of those little scratches in the crust that you Topdwellers call mines. But that's where you get dead gold, dead silver, dead gems. Down in Bism we have them alive and growing. There I'll pick you bunches of rubies that you can eat and squeeze you a cup full of diamond-juice. You won't care much about fingering the cold, dead treasures of your shallow mines after you have tasted the live ones of Bism.’”
— C.S.Lewis, “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair”, Chapter 14, “The Bottom of the World”
December 3, 2015