where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 8, 2016 § 10 Comments
with in a web
of black and white
complexities of grey
Tagged: abstract, black and white, complexities, form, grey, macro, pattern, produce, seeing, unseen, web, zucchini
A petal of a tiger lily? A tongue of something…? A pumpkin without its siren orange?– the web you saw, a fine design 🙂
Such good eyes you have. A ‘soundless’ pumpkin.
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Fine macro – it is always good to look closely at things – you never know what amazement you will find.
Thanks Eliza. Amazement is everywhere!
It really is!
This is beautiful. Love the colors 🙂
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