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Flora. June 25, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Love and Death.
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Summer’s here, and the meadows are ablaze with color! Unassuming daisies anchor a visual field of Indian paint brush, buttercups and pinks:

Clover in a range of hues stretches for its share of sunlight in the tall grass:

The Girls of Summer wave as you walk by, elegant, leggy, swaying mesmerizingly in the afternoon light:

Appreciate them, savor  them, each and every one. It’s the Season of Love, a time for recklessness, a time to drink fully from the cup that’s offered you…

They pretend not to notice your admiring gaze.

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1. sherry - June 26, 2008

oh how pretty!

2. The Pagan Sphinx - June 26, 2008

ooooh, you were always a heartbreaker.

These are precious. 🙂 Wow. I’s smilin’.

3. The Pagan Sphinx - June 26, 2008

oh, wait

you have blogmail: check my response to your comment on my post entitled What’s Goin’ On. There is a recipe for you there.

4. FranIAm - June 26, 2008

You are killing me with the beauty of these photos.

Thank you.

5. diva jood - June 27, 2008

Yep, you are an amazing photographer.

6. littlebangtheory - June 28, 2008

[blushes]

Well, Nature’s pretty, and even if I’m hacking at it (which I am,) Nature’s beauty is always a balm, even when rendered in less than perfect form.

Thanks for liking my photos; I hope to get closer to The Truth as time goes on and I learn how to translate what I see into an image I can share.

The human eye captures so much more than any camera in existence ever could, and the mind processes it in ways which we can only dream of in the digital (or analog) world. And though I don’t expect to ever overcome that, I do hope to be able to share a feeling for what I saw.

“After The Rain” is a good example of this; not a crisp photo, yet evocative on a deep enough level to be worth hitting “save.”


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