where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 7, 2015 § 25 Comments
magenta and chartreuse
on a fabric of life
Tagged: ancient art form, chartreuse, coleus, colors, design in nature, fabric, groovy, leaf, magenta, scalloped edge, tie dye
You have a way with images and words
I will now always think of this when I plant coleus and caladiums. 🙂 Wonderfully tie-dyed.
Wonderful colors and details.
exquisite! Looks like tie-dyed silk!
I’ve commented elsewhere that chartreuse and maroon were the “in” thing in the 1950s, and that we had a bathroom painted in those colors. Your photo is far more attractive!
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I love the poem, too! Nice thought.
Brilliant. I hooked a rug once using colors and patterns inspired by coleus. Nature’s abstractions really are amazing.
Seedbud: Really well composed. This image strikes a note with me.
it looks a little like lettuce
Gorgeous and clever.
Fantastic! Such a gorgeous photo, great color combinations, your presentation inspires with image and word.
Thanks so much for all your comments!
Beautiful coleus. They do look tie-dyed!
Very beautiful photo.
Splendid! 🙂 Love those colors!
Cool! Great title!
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