Those flowers and the box again!

Hours of fun from a few dead flowers! Here we are again:

And you haven’t quite seen the end of them yet…still on the table waiting for a burst of bright light. Meanwhile, there are dry bristly bits everywhere….

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26 comments

  1. The gift that keeps on giving, or something like that. 🙂
    Looking forward to seeing the next composition, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Another good layout Sue. This a is. A great example of taking care of composition. For a street scene, move your feet; for a still life, move anything or everything!

  3. Maybe just calling cards left behind? As a reminder
    Love the pictures

  4. I like this composition very much Sue.

  5. Nice angle on the box here and those flowers are so delightful.

  6. Now that may well be the best photo, but I’m wistful for the first, Sue. 🙂 🙂 Maybe I just like fuzzy.

  7. Nicely put together, I do like dead flowers!

  8. I want a study of the dry bristly bits! This series has been pure pleasure – so many different compositions and angles. I’m glad it’s not the end.

    • Sue

      Oh, those have largely gone now…. Glad you have enjoyed the images, but a lot of stuff has been consigned to the bin now, just a couple, maybe three images to come….

  9. This is a great composition, lovely balance. I like your embroidered tablecloth too!

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