where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 23, 2017 § 7 Comments
begonia in the fall
Tagged: begonia, bloom, deception, fall, fall flowers, flower, fragility, fuzz, late bloomers, macro, more than, texture
I like the red, green and white colours. I am intrigued by the red hairs on the white petals – they look quite unusual.
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I mistook it for a carnivorous plant at first….
I love the colors and detail. Nice.
I was almost expecting to feel the texture.
Wow! Magnificent macro!
I would not have recognised that flower as a begonia. I must resolve to make a closer study of the flowers. Lovely poem.
Beauty within and without!
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