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We often overlook the most modest of subjects in our quest for great images, and it's a mistake to do so.

Something as humble as a blade of grass has its own unique beauty when looked at closely, from the elegant lines of each blade as they taper gently from root to tip, to the subtle, but ever changing tonal values that can be seen in every single blade.

Without grass, we wouldn't have cows, we wouldn't have sheep, no milk for our teas or our coffees, our air would be all the poorer too, probably unable to support life, as grasses contribute huge amounts to the oxygen we breath. The world would be a poorer, and duller place without grass,

It's the planet's unsung life giver, grass dull? look again!

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