I took a ride to Hawley Bog in hopes of early pitcher plants and Clintonia/Blue Bead Lily. Still too early. I took an alternate route home through Buckland and came across this scene. My first impulse was to zoom in on the two birches in the distance, but upon seeing the two clumps of daisies I noticed the repetition of pairs along with the angles of grasses and ferns.
Ideally there would be just a touch more to see above the trees, but I framed as high as I could without having the bright white sky interfere. If I had a ladder with me I could have composed from the top of my car and improved the angle. I guess that is just one of a bunch of differences between Ansel and me.