Time, or rather the effects of

What happened to a daisy-like flower (no idea what it was called!) after a short time had elapsed:

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  1. I always admire the way that you conjure up beauty from decay, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      I do try! And the more I am decaying, well, falling apart physically, the more I seem to find beauty in the things around me! I find Still Life photography very rewarding when the light is right….

  2. This truly is very beautiful, Sue.

  3. Wonderful, Sue! Great composition, and the warm colours make a great contrast to the feeling of cold decay

  4. A lovely, lovely photo. Beauty indeed, and delicacy, and subtlety. And that compositional skill.

  5. They collapse… beautifully for your camera it seems. Astrantia perhaps?

  6. Poor soul! It’s all over the place! Lovely, though 🙂 🙂

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