BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

FLOWER POWER (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Field flowers-2When I was a kid at summer camp we used to call hawkweed (above) the devil’s paintbrush. Both are common names for this attractive flower although the latter appealed more to the imagination of ten year olds! I don’t think I really took notice of the yellow salsify before I picked up a camera. It was while composing in camera and in the editing that I began to appreciate the flower’s detail and form.

Field flowers

 

26 thoughts on “FLOWER POWER (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Isn’t it wonderful what the art of photography inspires and awakens in us? Wonderful spots of color and summer here, Belinda, and a fun memory of childhood too.

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  2. Beautiful pictures, esp the lower one. A 🙂

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  3. Wow beautiful! Those are a nice bit of color to see!

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  4. Very Nice! Thankfully Spring is coming soon!

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  5. Beautiful flowers! It’s remarkable how photography can lead one to pay more attention to the colors and details of their surroundings.

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  6. Great to see the future!

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  7. What a colorful surprise this morning with my coffee, thank you Belinda!

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  8. The colours of the first photograph make it look like a miniature calendula.

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  9. Two gorgeous photos.

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  10. We are craving colour so much after this long winter. Your photos give us hope.

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