Beauty in Decay/ 36

Here is the flower from BID 35, several days later, wilting seriously now and the petals fading:





  1. that’s beauty in decay

  2. Looks a lot like a Monday to me.
    Beautiful lighting—I really like this series of Decay.

  3. The detail and rich color creates such and interesting and engaging visual.

  4. poppytump

    A flower that was last to leave the party … the day after the night before 🙂
    Lovely Sue !

  5. Oh dear it looks so sad and dejected Sue, but what a gorgeous colour.

  6. You could do a portfolio of these, Sue. Seriously impressive! 🙂 I really like this one.

  7. There certainly is beauty in decay, Sue.

  8. Just looks a little under the weather, but still lovely. 🙂

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