Soft and Harsh

That is how a lot of photographers usually describe the light at dawn and full daylight respectively. To me the harsh part sounds like a bad thing. However I think daylight is illuminating, not harsh. 🙂

Sunrise was soft with a touch of fog this morning.
Meshweaver spider webs are much easier to see on dew laden mornings.
Our neighbor’s horses.
Milkweed fluff took on a soft glow!

In full daylight the Common Checkered Skipper (Burnsius communis) brown hue stood out!

Is the Greeneyes (Berlandiera betonicifolia) harsh?
A side view of another Greeneyes!

The light shimmered on the milkweed fluff in full sunlight!

The golden and silver seed heads are the best in the afternoon sun!

Every part of the day’s light are special to me!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know


  1. Seems we cannot resist seeing things familiar everywhere in everything most all the time.
    The sky photos are stellar!

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