Laying Low For Lillies

CUTLINE: Wanda Rascoe of Nashua photographs a water lilly Saturday, Aug. 30 at Camp Sargent in Merrimack. Dozens came out to celebrate the lives Eaton D. Sargent,  Frederic E. Shaw and George R. LaRocque as they were posthumonously inducted into the Camp Sargent Hall of Fame by the Nashua YMCA. Families spent the day playing games, eating and reminiscing about growing up around the camp. “I thought it was great,” Roscoe said. “It brought back a lot of good memories for my husband as a child.”

TECH SPECS: f/4.0, 1/3200, ISO 400, 16mm

MY THOUGHTS: I saw this lady lay down to photograph these water lillies and thought it looked beautiful yet playful. I felt this one was a bit different because you have a person so intently photographing a flower amid this angry sky. The juxtaposition really complimented nicely, I thought. Overall I was pleased with the frame after shooting practically nothing the entire event.

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One Response to “Laying Low For Lillies”

  1. Very beautiful…very sweet. Youre awesome, Corey. 🙂

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