Spring is the time to see green! I took all these photos last April when the bright green color of spring was all around.
Now, its starting to look like spring again, with bursts of greenery signaling the arrival of the season! Happy Spring!
*posted in response to the daily post weekly photo challenge to share a gallery of green!
This is a local apple orchard in my town. The blue skies, white fencing, stark trees and green hillside dotted with goats makes for an interesting landscape. Can’t wait to go back when the trees are filled with apples!
To see a close up of one of the baby goats, you can take a look at my previous post: Looking Through The Gap!
Posted for the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge:Landscape
Having a free hour one afternoon this week, I felt compelled to look for a place where I might capture a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
I live in the Roanoke Valley which is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Nearly every main road seems to have surrounding views of these mountains. My eyes seem trained to block out the buildings and power lines that interfere with a pristine view and focus on the gorgeous blue of the mountains against the sky.
Having time and distance restraints, I settled on a nearby location and scouted the area for open views. The sun was shining directly in my eyes as I took this photo, making it difficult to frame the view using my i phone 5s.
I did need to crop the photo to eliminate a sun glare. I also slightly tweaked the coolness and clarity of the picture using the camera + app.
I hope this photo of the beautiful mountains, showcased against the partly clouded afternoon sky, will give you all an idea of the landscape of my city.
(Photo entry for Photo101 Rehab)