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Thank you, Ana, to start this beautiful thread, I do love flowers and have plenty in my collection, some of them:
And here is the words of Eckhart Tolle, which I love much:
"Flowers, more fleeting, more ethereal and more delicate than the plants out of which they emerged, would become like messengers from another realm, like a bridge between the world of physical forms and the formless. They not only had a scent that was delicate and pleasing to humans, but also brought a fragrance from the realm of spirit. Using the word "enlightenment" in a wider sense than the conventionally accepted one, we could look upon flowers as the enlightenment of plants".
All those sensual lines of petals, tender and bright colors, the play of light, every detail and curve is inviting you into the world of beauty and elegance.
Ana, your mixture of colors is very lovely and cheerful! Thank you for leaving a comment on our Hibiscus image! Here is a few more of ours:
Morning Orchid Vintage Plumeria Trio Sofia Orchid White Tiger Azalea
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Such beautiful work posted here!
I've been developing a style I call ColorBlur that emphasizes color, light and shapes to create abstract macro photographs of flowers. Poking my lens deep into the flower I've found interesting patterns and shapes