Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Palouse Wheat

I've been taking lots of pictures of wheat lately.  This time of year I'm usually driving home from photo sessions on Sunday evenings just as the sun is setting, and I can't help myself.  It's so gorgeous the way the warm sun covers the fields with it's golden blanket of light.

I love the way there are certain pieces of the wheat that tower above the others.

And the odd way they each bend and hang.

I love how once in awhile you find some that intertwine and make cute shapes.

I love the way the wheat compliments the landscape and creates a perfect way to showcase the beautiful amazing sky.

The stalks are so straight and linear then you have all the chaos at the top.

Above all though, it always comes right back to the warmth.

 It's like this for such a short time at the end of summer, and it's marvelous. Don't you think?

Remember your blessings!


The Cooking Photographer said...

Amber you are such an amazing photographer. What do you charge for family portraits? We need some in the next few months.


Carlie said...

See? And this is why I am not crazy for putting "Visiting Kansas Just Before The Wheat Harvest" on my Bucket List. Stunning Amber.