Flowers Must Die part V

Flowers Must Die V

(1/125, F6.3, ISO200, 39mm)

For this moment the last in the Flowers Must Die-series, but I´m pretty sure I´ll find more flowers dying and being obstructed by human structures (pavements, asphalt etc.) from giving their last breath back to the soil…

28 thoughts on “Flowers Must Die part V

    • Oh, sorry for being so late here, Shabnam, havent seen it, but it´s not that I got the copyright on these, that would be something 😉
      Greetings, my friend, hope all is great, greetings, Ron.

    • Thanks a lot, Cybele, its all about the textures as a background to the natural colours in this series, so very glad you enjoyed it!
      Have a great weekend, Ron.

    • Thank you very much, Jane, will try to continue as long as the dying flowers find the right spot for a photo 😉
      Have a great weekend, Ron.

    • Thanks for your enthousiasm, Maria, as long as there are flowers dying and human structures to emphasize the differences between both I´ll be on the lookout 😉
      Have a great weekend, Ron

    • Thank you so much, Patti, I thought the mirror/glass added a bit too this one, so chose to put it up in the series cuz of its difference with the others!!
      Thank you also for always taking such a good look at them and your enthousiastic comments
      Have a great weekend, Ron.

  1. Oh that’s lovely. Great contrast of human made and nature, and hard and sharp and long lasting with soft and ephemeral.
    And I’ve never seen a solidly pink frangipani like that before, only one with pink bits.

    • Oh Ashley, thats perfectly said, exactly my feeling behind this idea, our human intervention in the natural world and the opposites of human and natural creation! Oh, you have most trees with this color or the ones you mention, in my neighbourhood its about 50-50 i would say, will come up later today with a pink bits one 😉
      Greetings, Ron.

    • Hello Oloriel, thanks for your support on this series, like the idea very much still, but will wait and see if i don´t repeat myself and the floer AND background are interesting enough to post 😉
      Have a great week, Ron.

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