Sometimes I think flowers can be more beautiful as they droop and dry out, curling, twisting and changing color.
This entry was posted on Friday, September 12th, 2008 at 5:27 AM. It is filed under Creative Process and tagged with photography.
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Oooh…a bit like us people Judy!! Beautiful!! Lx
Love the colors in this… beautiful, and so true.
I never thought of a flower being beautiful after it drooped and dried out, but this picture is beautiful. I will look at them differently now.
I have a beautiful dried rose and baby’s breath in a vase on my mantle. Thanks for sharing yours.
What a beautiful picture!
I agree with you. I often take photo’s of dying flowers. They have much more texture. I love these colors!
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