This ties in nicely with yesterday's backyard photography post. The point is that you don't have to travel to exotic locations to make compelling images.
This photo came about as I stopped by my bank to make a deposit early last Saturday morning before heading to City Dock to play around with my new Tamron 18-270mm superzoom lens. As I pulled into a parking space, I noticed how the low morning sun lit up the red-tipped grass planted in the divider between the bank's parking lot and that of Fudrucker's next door.
Shooting from slightly above the grass and at the long end of the zoom's range, the shallow depth of field makes it look as if the grass goes on forever.
In fact, here is what the scene looks like to the casual observerLovely, isn't it?
Well yeah, it is, if you look beyond the superficial.
Great photos are everywhere, and as Dorothy said, there's no place like home.