Hyacinth in Pink

Life is beautiful. Some people just remind you of that more than others. -Erica Bauermeister. Following on from Hyacinth in Fuchsia post earlier this week, here is the pale pink blossom, with the flowers fully open. Again Olympus OMD EM5, 60mm macro. x desleyjane

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Hyacinth in Fuchsia

If you love life, don’t waste time, because time is what life is made of. -Bruce Lee I stopped off at the florists on Saturday morning to pick up some flowers for the weekend. I had no plans for what to buy, just something pretty. There were a couple of bunches of hyacinths on special,…

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Dogwood Rose, Frozen

As you know, I was obsessed with Julie’s set up for frozen flowers melting under the camera. Today, I’m sharing with you the second flower, a Dogwood rose. In real life, it seemed a little boring to shoot since the petals became quite limp when wet, unlike the previous peach rose. But when I was…

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A Study in Rheology

I think this is my last Painted Planets post. We stirred up the water to join the painty liquids back together. I love the movement in these first two shots. As stated on Wikipedia: Rheology is the study of the flow of matter, primarily in a liquid state, but also as “soft solids” or solids…

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