Six word Saturday: Truly a ghost of golden daffodils

 

Ghostly daffodils

Ghostly daffodils

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57 comments

  1. Ghost of golden daffodils indeed! Wonderful.

  2. Great title! And what a delicate, dainty, airy photo.

  3. I’m into photos of ghostly nature these days…and yours is precious.
    I love the white background giving all space to the flowers to shine.

  4. They look like very fine water coloured ghosts, not like a photo at all!

  5. poppytump

    Fragile and beautiful Sue !

  6. The blank background sets this shot off perfectly, Sue. Another page for your book!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. Very clever, perfect match of words and image.

  8. These flowers are so delicate that they look like wire-formed silk flowers. Your high-key lighting is exquisite, as always, Sue.
    Ω

  9. Clever title, Sue. Love this delicate image. 🙂

  10. Your flowers seem to decay in an ethereal way, mine just go brown 😦

  11. Sue, beautiful and sad … that beauty has to fade away.

  12. It is amazing how well these flowers maintain their beauty even at the end of their life. Working with such delicate objects must not be easy (the would likely fall apart in my hands as I was trying to pose them).

  13. Aesthetically, I prefer this grouping of flowers to the single flower in your next post. Not sure why – maybe the single flower is too alone.

  14. 🙂 when one is crippled like these flowers I find it more natural that it is left alone, so I disagree with Draco here :D. But Sue, I love your work whether it is a grouping or a special one 😉

  15. These are pictures begging to be set to poetry..

  16. Excellent ghosts, Sue. You are the master of this!

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