Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/500, F5, ISO400, 35mm)
A little sad.
part of life, but still very nice smell 😉
Very catchy !
Thanks, wasnt able to catch it so there it was… 😉
Ron, your connections with nature and human nature are evident in each of your still-life photographs. Enjoying all your work.
Thats very nice of you to say, Sally. For me that means my photos say something apart from being merely ´pretty´!
Thanks very much for your enthousiasm and interest.
Warm greetings, Ron
Amazing captured, very inspiring !
Thanks very much, Anna, very nice of you to comment!
I just love your work … so diverse, unique, beautiful
Thanks so much, Karen, thats very nice of you to say. I just love to photograph different things, I only leave humans out of it 😉
Warm greetings from Malaysia, Ron.
Wonderful simplicity, and I love the different textures.
So nicely done.
Thank you very much, Lisa, the textures of the pavements look so ugly compared to the beautiful flowers!
What a range of reds, so beautiful. Are you not sharing some wordless philosophy with this series? Something about the beauty of death or loss of life. I’d like to hear more, should you choose, of what draws you to this.
Or like your decayed architectural finds, life not ceasing but changing form.
Hola Barbara, i suppose all photos should have some wordless philosophy and I hope some of mine don´t need explaining? Not sure if it´s a philosophy or a fascination with the cycle of all things nature living, dying and giving energy and space to new life and our human intervention herein. My first steps into photography came when visiting Surinam over a decade ago and seeing all things human (ships, cars, all things not useful to us anymore) left to the jungle to recapture. I´m not a big fan to say the least of the human footprint and our interference with nature. Here even in the death of these flowers the human obstruction in the shape of pavements denying nature to recapture the energy it would give back to mother earth in the process. Still I believe nature can overcome it all…
This is everywhere in my photos i think.
hope all is well, thanks for your continuing interest, hugs, Ron.
So must we!
Haha, so true! All part of the natural cycle…
Thanks for stopping by, greetings, Ron.
Glad to meet you Ron!
Nice composition 🙂
Thanks very much, Sreejith, simplicity can be pleasing sometimes 😉
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