Kansas Minimalism

We are home now, after a LOOOOONG drive through Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico and a day off to celebrate my birthday in Santa Fe.  There are a lot of photos to go through- especially from Santa Fe, where I tried to take enough photos with my Lensbaby to satisfy the photo essay requirement for the last week of the class (even though I’m not a full participant and won’t be evaluated).

So today, I again celebrate the flat horizons and vast expanses of Kansas with these minimalist shots, both taken with the Edge 80 optic.

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2 responses

  1. Welcome home and a belated Happy Happy Birthday. I have enjoyed seeing your trip through the Lensbaby.

    June 2, 2015 at 6:06 am

  2. Yes! These are both marvelous shots and they evoke such a sense of the vast emptiness of the Great Plains. I’m really drawn to the second one, though, I think because the colors really represent the expansive wheat fields and skies there. I’m glad you’re getting more comfortable with the LensBaby.

    June 2, 2015 at 8:22 am

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