Wordless Wednesday 20/52 In the garden with Pharaoh and Amun

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Amen in the form of a Ram protecting Pharaoh

Nikon D810| Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D| Hoodman Digital Film| PS CC 2017

More to come…

18 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday 20/52 In the garden with Pharaoh and Amun

  1. This is a stunning example of light and shadows, where details are outlined with a soft, pale gray tone. The flowers make a pretty yellow and white, “springy” background, Deborah. I loved this so much, including the title. xo

    1. I love, love, love this flower! I wish I had room in my yard to grow them. They get HUGE as you see. The blossom themselves can get as big as a teacup saucer!
      The light was pretty close to perfect right then for this shot. Thank you so much for your comment Robin! I love reading your thoughts and insights. xx

    1. Thank you so much Denise! The Matilija Poppies are my all time favorite poppy flower and when I saw them in front of one row of Rams leading to the Museum I had my frame /composition in my head pretty quick. 🙂

      I’m glad you like it.

  2. I like that photo, Deborah. Good job getting the lighting right. I say that because this is the kind of scene that I normally mess up. You have great light on the statues and great contrast and color in the vegetation.

  3. Being married to a tech guy gives a very different meaning to my comment of “That’s a lot of ram.” 🙂 Happy Wednesday, Deborah. It’s going to be a hot and humid one here in Chicagoland. Hope yours is lovely.


    1. LOL! My tech guy would get a laugh out of your comment, and me too! Very witty and quick! 🙂

      Thank you Janet it’s supposed to be warming up…finally! Maybe I can shead wool socks for open toed shoes, long sleeves for T-shirts, and put away the space heaters for the season at last?
      I hope you get to enjoy the coolest parts of the day. Happy Wednesday to you too! XX

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