Ahh, the lazy days of summer where the fields of grain are ready for harvest. There have been times where I have walked through similar fields like this man is doing so, brushing my hands over the wheat for the texture.
As pleasant as it can be, it is not exactly something one can do if they have wheat allergies. It does make me wonder if the next best thing is to enjoy an image description that allows you to do so in your mind. Unless your mind is allergic to wheat description allergies? Hmm…
Image Description of a man walking among the wheats.
We are looking at a photo of one man walking among the wheat in a field.
The original image has been reformatted using the 16:9 ratio. Using the rule of thirds starting with the bottom-third in the lower-left area, the scene begins with a slightly blurry introduction to a wheat field that covers the entire landscape.
The scene no longer becomes blurry as the wheat field extends to the vanishing point on the horizon roughly in the middle of the upper-third. The horizon is one of a gentle slope rising higher from the left to right.
The wheat field is disrupted by a path that is wide enough for a man who is walking up to the horizon. The path begins at the bottom of the image in the center. As we follow the path which veers off slightly at an angle to our left, it is blocked by this man. We are no longer able to see if the path continues or if the man is creating a path.
The man appears in the middle-third of the photo on our right. It is a warm day as the man is wearing a shirt and hat. The wheat has grown to the height of the man’s hip. His arms is outstretched downwards at an angle allowing him to brush his hands over the wheat.
The warm-blue sky is clear saved for a bare wisp of a cloud at the top.
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