Inspired by Ibn's latest floral. Here's one of mine.
Wonderful. Just when you click to enlarge the photo, you see a pearl carefully packed with beautiful leafs.
I can never compare my photography with yours, I remember there is lot in my blog that is inspired by your photography.(I can not forget the day when I first visited http://www.innersights.blogspot.com I think it was more than year a ago. )
Thanks for sharing.
Aw, thank you for the wonderful comment. But don't compare yourself with others! Just find all the beauty you can in this world (you DO) and embrace and share it. There's no real way to quantify the quality of art: either it moves us or it doesn't. As for technique, there's always room for improvement, for everybody!
Beauty in full bloom :)
What a delightful picture. Thank you for sharing it :D
Lynda you caught the perfect pose of this rose.
no1chatterbox, it's my pleasure. nice to "meet" ya!
Theresa, I thought it had a certain grace to it... thanks for lookin'.
You can plainly see the flower is female.
Yes, she's poised and elegant in her pink frock. :)
Also utterly feminine. My favorite flower.
That's my favorite shade of pink.
Love it, reminds me of my Grandfathers roses. ... I sure miss him.
@Theresa, yes, even almost coy and modest, with that delicate unfolding of petals.
@GreenLady7, I love that shade also, and even like to wear pink--in spite of people kidding me about it....
@Jayme, just today I was thinking about the nature of nostalgia, and all the things we miss, once they've past, especially. I may write a post on it. If you miss him, you are fortunate to have had him in your life! Enjoy your precious memories!
I'd like to read that when you post it.
--I have some fond memories of summers spent as deck hand on his shrimp boat. Not sure what help I was, but it was a great time.
That's pretty cool. I guess you were an adventurous spirit... .
In what part of the country were you living, at the time?
Jayme, PS - I'll try to remember to let you know when I post it. My head is a sieve. No, make that a "gill net"! Enjoy your weekend.
@ Eyewitness, thanks for re-posting!
Lynda, Ok cool.
--He was in Hackberry, Louisiana at the time. I have always been somewhere in Texas.
-- Enjoy yours as well =)
...haha a gill net.
Do you like TX?
Yes. =) It has good points and bad, like any other.
Lots of open country, it seems...
Location Northeast USA
Bio Painter & photographer-Love to hike, kayak; write YA fiction & poems on nature; books on cosmos; TCM movies; socially redeeming stuff.Domestically challenged!