" Pride of the Forest." Nice hairy balls...er, I mean beautiful shadows on your backside. A very interesting photo.
Thank you, Jeffrey.Jungly ferns,in sight and scent,stirred artist and animal,tattooed tiger in shadows.
I tell you, your picture of late have been incredible! The fern print on your backside is so cool to see. As you know I love ferns. I picked a bunch one night and then used them as a fan, while enjoying a libation outside. Lets us find a bed of fern to lie a spell in shall we?
Aye, you're such a 'frondly' fellow.No doubt you had one or two of your handsome staff wave your ferns for you?
Do you have an assistant who helps you with the set-up of your pictures? If not, you do an incredible job of positioning yourself and the fronds perfectly with awesome shadows and light, and additionally, executing the best shot. Your "Haiku" -"Jungly ferns,in sight and scent,stirred artist and animal,tattooed tiger in shadows."is simply beautiful.
Your kind words, Ginger Mickey, are greatly appreciated.The rhythm of my poetry (and I use the word loosely) would likely be frowned upon by the 'experts', but they're the words that speak the story of the picture, and I'm pleased you like them.No, I don't have an assistant. After years of practice I'm fairly proficient at finding my mark. It does take a few tries sometimes, which can be a problem in the understory; it's surprising how quickly the sunlight moves.