This scene is basically a patch of reeds with nearby Red Gum trees. In the morning light the whole composition is quite lovely, but it needs to be photographed on a windless day, since the rush heads catch the slightest breeze. Ideally it should be photographed in summer when the rushes are in flower and the heads are highly reflective. Although I've wanted to photograph this for ages, either it was too windy or my camera wasn't finished. At last it all came together, but I'm not all that excited with the result. I don't think it's all that bad, but I just wonder how the image is seen by others. Any comments would be appreciated. Efke 50 film 2.25" x 3.25" (cropped to remove top wire of fence at bottom), 0.2 mm ems aperture at 36 mm from film. Many thanks for comments.

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