A bonus brown this week as I spotted this on my Sunday walk.
On returning home and reading through the posts in my Reader I realised that these two photos were also perfect for another challenge, though these were not taken using my macro lens, but my phone camera.
There is something inherently beautiful about a skeleton leaf
or in this case, petal.
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #130 |it’s a small world
52 thoughts on “Life in Colour”
Your second picture brings to mind the word reticulated.
These are marvelous Jude – if you saw my post on Wabi-Sabi, or are otherwise familiar with the concept, you’ll recognize that these are perfect examples of the beauty in imperfection and in aging. Thanks so much for adding to our challenge this week.
Thank you Tina.
I so adore dried out hydrangeas. Wonderful photo 😀
Thanks Cee 😊
Lovely. Perfect examples of how there can be so much beauty in winter. Aren’t camera phones great? I love being able to get photos when I’m somewhere I can’t carry my camera (or won’t.)
My older phone didn’t have a great camera but this one is very good. Easier to carry on a walk just in case, and also in bad weather.
That ease is one of the best things about it.
I LOVE skeleton leaves/petals!
Thought you might 😉
Well, I used to post such images!
These dried flowers are just marvelous to look at!
They are indeed.
Indeed, still a loveliness about them 🙂 Amazing pics.
I LOVE these ones, Jude! Hydrangea? Lovely browns too.
They are. A tall hedge of them outside a pretty white cottage at the end of the lane.
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