Goldenrod at sunrise, intensely back-lit and glowing. It’s one of those shots I just couldn’t resist taking, even if it is a little un-grounded in a compositional sense.
I don’t know about where you live, but here in PA – and in NY and VT – goldenrod is prolific through the end of summer and into autumn. I always blamed it for my seasonal allergies – after all, with that much of it crowding every field, treeline, and highway median, it must be cranking out pollen. Turns out not so much. Goldenrod isn’t a grass, and grasses are responsible for the majority of allergy suffering. Or so I’ve been told.