Over the last three nights I have been going out to see if I can get a decent prairie sunset picture. The biggest factor in a good sunset picture I think I have determined is location. In our yard (the easiest spot to get the picture) there is my round pen, then some carragannas (?) and the power line. I think that's why I never liked the ones from my yard before.
So I rode my bike out in the mosquito's and all down the road 1/2 mile or so to see what was out there and if it was better.
The next night I went out north of our house hopefully to get rid of the road in the pictures.
The one thing I did learn is not take them too close to the truck because the mosquito's are so bad around the vehicle.
This is one of my favorites, I thought I wold get a little lower and get some grass in the picture.
I tried the flash, but it looks like daylight on the grass and sunset in the background, not what I was looking for, but kinda cool.
Neil could see the headlights so he came to see what was going on, so I made him pose in one of the pics:)
Then last night I went west of our house and tried there.
I got a little bigger grass this time and it looks kinda neat.
Then I seen some rocks and thought I might try them.
So I ended up with some kinda cool ones, I would like some with ponies in, but at dark, the mosquito's are so bad that they are hanging around in the corral, so I guess that will have to wait til the bugs go away again.