John Greenlee's meadow at CornerStone
There isn't much to say except to note that there are power lines hanging in the background and, geez, meadows seem a lot less sublime with power lines hanging in the background. I could also say I felt irritated because it was uncomfortably hot and sunny and I hate trying to compose pictures to avoid power lines, but enough whining.
Greenlee's book is still on my Amazon wish list so I haven't read it yet. I thoroughly enjoyed his rousing call-to-arms at the SF Flower and Garden Show last March. I blogged about it here.
I liked the blue-gray Festuca ovina glauca (I guess) curling through the green meadow like a stream.
I usually take all my pictures looking through the vari-angle LCD viewer and holding the camera about waist-high. I think the perspective is generally ideal for garden photography but it distorts the meadow garden experience by making the grasses seem taller than they really are.
(Where am I? Here.)