The grass is very lovely. Looks so tall and shady.
Nicely taken shot! Keep it up 🙂
I can’t figure out which plants these are. I’ve never seen anything like them.
At first I thought these were wheat. On a closer look they are not wheat at all.
This is a very strange strain of grass. They are so long.
What an amazing shot! The sky is so beautiful!
Very defiant shot of nature. I love how the meadows stay strong even on a cloudy day.
I’m wondering why you chose “truth or consequence” as the title for this photo. The meadows seem like a very relaxing place to sleep in. Would definitely go there!
I love this shot. It reminds me of those huge wheat plantations, that look like this golden color when its ripe for harvest.
No matter how hard the truth is,I would rather just go with it than have to face the consequences. I always find the truth as the better option.
The picture isn’t so clear maybe you shot it at night. It still a great shot keep up.
Great shot though blurry..I wonder what plant that is…Its a great picture
I’ve heard of the game but have not played it myself. It’s quite a popular one especially for team building.
It’s a truth that I have no allergies to grass, so there will be no consequence of an allergic reaction.
Kidding aside, truth pr consequence is something we all have to deal with as children, even as we are now adults. We must never forget that everything we do will send out “ripples” with all people we interact with every day.
I’m afraid to play thus game. My friends are really bizarre when it comes to consequences.
The field reminds me of the long and joyful childhood days. This would form a very nice place to play.
I don’t know about this game but will like to read about it and see how it is being played. I still like the photo though.
This game! I can still remember we always play this with friends when we were just little and up to now. Especially if you lose on a certain game. I will always choose consequence to challenge myself to do whats need to be done.
I always play this game. Usually by spinning a bottle. With that said, I will always choose the truth specially in major decisions. Not in every little thing.