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Oh, that finishing touch of the curve at the bottom. Sweet decay! And such clarity of detail. A perfect silence for Sunday.
The curve at the bottom is the vase- a little intrusive, I thought! Glad you liked this…
I really like the way you’ve captured the translucence of the petals here Sue.
Thanks! The translucence of these fading plants always captivates me….
Me too, Adrian.
Very beautiful and artistic!
More signature delicacy here, Sue. The painterly quality of this series continues to shine through.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks, Pete! Got given some flowers today, so hopefully more to come! 😀
Like a sketch 🙂
So delicate, Sue. I hope I fade away just as beautifully and gracefully………one day. 😀
Goodness, I doubt I will….
No, I like the curve, it gives a nice balance!
Thanks, Lisa 😀
Love the ethereal feel to this image, Sue.
Thank you Jane – I was pleased with it 😀
I like it in high key. Beautiful transparency in petals. Bowing to the master 🙂
😉 Thanks, Paula!
Love the treatment on this one Sue – and agree the curve at the bottom is actually a nice addition!
I thought it looked a bit short and ‘chopped off’ without the the rim of the vase! Glad you like it, Tina 😀
I’ll go with Jane, ethereal is the perfect description.
Thank you, Pauline!
a melancholy beauty
A good way of putting it!
beauty and do delicate ❤️
Thanks for sharing your eye for “beauty in decay” with dVerse Poets this week…your photos are inspiring!
Many thanks, Lynn – glad you like them!