This challenge about ‘landscape’ photography came up just before I headed off to check out the tulip fields down in La Conner, Washington.
When I was writing my post on the Landscape: Chateau Gaillard Ruins in France, I was reminded to use my ‘panorama’ setting for an establishing shot. Here are the fields at Roozengaarde.
I also tried some 16:9 shots of the crowds. And there were a lot considering it was a non-holiday Friday. (Tulip Town)
Finally, one last standard 4:3 shot made interesting by the slight roll in the land, conveying the immensity of the fields of endless tulips. (Tulip Town) More about the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Landscape.