Thursday’s Special: Three of a kind

As a counterpoint to Paula’s (stunning) low key offering for this prompt, here’s my high key one:

High Key Exit

High Key Exit

Her theme was most apposite, because only last evening I noticed these white daffodils gracefully decaying…not long for this world…..

I shall soon be accused of being a one-trick pony – “not MORE dead flowers”!!!!!

See more Threes here.


  1. Beautiful
    It looks more like a painting than a photo

  2. Very delicate, Sue, like a watercolour painting. (I don’t mind the dead flowers!)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. So delicate Sue and yes it is like a water colour painting.

  4. I’ve been following suit on the dead flower front (inspired by you). Your dying flowers are always fascinating. And this is anyway an utterly lovely composition. Ethereal.

  5. I will most certainly not accuse you 😀 This is a work of art!

  6. They don’t look too far gone and I love the cloudy background!

  7. Couldn’t be more different than Paula’s, and yet the same level of beauty in both. Tish has nailed it with “ethereal”.

  8. Still such a lovely trio, Sue. I like seeing your dead flowers, so carry on regardless. 🙂

  9. wonderful and delicate, Sue

  10. Very nice high-key image!

  11. Not at all, they’re really compelling.

  12. It’s like a delicate watercolour Sue 🙂 Absolutely delightful!

  13. Sonel

    Such a perfect capture of these beauties Sue! I love it! 😀 ♥

  14. You have made something sad into something beautiful. Very arty.

  15. That’s a beautiful shot of Narcissi – I’ve never thought of a high-key shot for that subject and now I wonder why I didn’t think of it. I always look forward to Narcissi more than Daffodils. I think it must be something to do with the delicate colours

  16. Lovely high key settings, Jude!

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