Category Archives: colour

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #101 : One Single Flower

I’m coming late to this challenge, couldn’t decide what to post. So here are a selection of images, of a flower in its prime, then of a flower glorious in decay: Tulip in its prime ..tulip bowing out A rose

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #101 : One Single Flower

I’m coming late to this challenge, couldn’t decide what to post. So here are a selection of images, of a flower in its prime, then of a flower glorious in decay: Tulip in its prime ..tulip bowing out A rose

What I Saw (38) – Two little Goldfinches

Apologies for the abominable quality of the image……… On a wander the other day, I saw two little goldfinches, but they were a long way away and I only had a 45mm crop sensor lens, so have ‘blown’ this image

What I Saw (38) – Two little Goldfinches

Apologies for the abominable quality of the image……… On a wander the other day, I saw two little goldfinches, but they were a long way away and I only had a 45mm crop sensor lens, so have ‘blown’ this image

The influence of Colour on Decay?

I was struck by the ways that the different coloured tulips decayed. So long, Yellow Tulips and see the Splayed Purple And here they are together, in a last hurrah:

The influence of Colour on Decay?

I was struck by the ways that the different coloured tulips decayed. So long, Yellow Tulips and see the Splayed Purple And here they are together, in a last hurrah:

A purple tulip dancing

Looking at those tulips again this morning, the purple ones are looking interesting, one of them striking a fairly balletic pose:

A purple tulip dancing

Looking at those tulips again this morning, the purple ones are looking interesting, one of them striking a fairly balletic pose:

Wednesday’s Tulips, revisited

Those beautiful tulips that I showed on Wordless Wednesday are a touch less fresh and vibrant, but still holding up. The red ones followed by the apricot ones are the first to show signs of falling over: Here’s a reminder

Wednesday’s Tulips, revisited

Those beautiful tulips that I showed on Wordless Wednesday are a touch less fresh and vibrant, but still holding up. The red ones followed by the apricot ones are the first to show signs of falling over: Here’s a reminder