Visið strá – Wilt straw – Iceland Nature Documentary

Documenting Iceland

by: Rafn Sig,-

English below:

Ég hálf vorkenndi þessu strái þegar ég sá það. Helmingurinn af nálunum, eða blöðunum hafa fallið af.
Þetta er eins og það sé verið að reita af manni fötinn og maður standi einn út á víðavangi nakinn í allra augsýn. Ha ha ha ha ha. . . hvaða bull er þetta í mér.
Allavega heillaði þetta mótíf mig.

Strá er blómberandi stilkur grasa (af grasaætt Poaceae) og stara (Cyperaceae). Strá grasa eru hol að innan og hafa hné en strá stara eru fyllt. Sum eru þrístrend

I half felt sorry for this straw when I saw it. Half of the needles, or leaves, have fallen off.
It’s as if a person’s clothes are being torn off and you are standing alone in the open naked in front of everyone. Ha ha ha ha ha. . . what nonsense is this in me.

Anyway, I was fascinated by this motif.

Straw is an agricultural byproduct consisting of the dry stalks of cereal plants after the grain and chaff have been removed. It makes up about half of the yield of cereal crops such as . . . . all information about the place can be found at:   https://www.patreon.com/RafnSig


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  1. Simple and Elegant

  2. Love this shot

  3. Clear and crisp. Beautiful

  4. Great detaled shot. Cool you are good

  5. Yes, I love it!

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