One Word Sunday: Wretched

A once vibrant bloom, well past it’s prime, seriously wretched:

Wretched Remnants of past glory

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debs’ blog here

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43 comments

  1. jay

    Actually, still quite lovely.

  2. Lovely. Like a ‘Dutch Master’.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. I think it’s wonderful. Arresting is the word 🙂

  4. the hung head of wretchedness – spot on with the prompt is your decaying beauty – very nice detail Sue

  5. Looks lovely to me, Sue, and the colors are so pretty.

    janet

  6. Wow, that is one wretched flower, Sue, yet so gorgeous at the same time.

  7. Such is also life and we need to accept it, Sue!

  8. Beauty in passing – love this.

  9. Beauty in passing – love this!

  10. lovely colors and composition, Sue, regards Mitza

  11. Gorgeous depth to this one Sue.

  12. I find beauty in this, as in aging people.

  13. Not wretched at all – just weepingly beautiful!

  14. I really enjoy your take on decay Sue!

  15. Seriously wretched Sue. But you always manage to pull out beauty in your decaying images

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