Thursday, May 1, 2014

Flowers in the Rain, Rain on the Lens

Narcissus looks down into his reflection in the water... 

Creeping Perriwinkle's lavender flowers tuck into the base of my castle-like decaying tree trunk.

Sunny Jonquil can't brighten the soggy afternoon at Pink Gardens,

Azaleas are as wet as the camera lens in this shot. I kept shooting, working around the rain-soaked camera lens.

Raindrop on lens softens the Azalea here, in full bloom just in time for the soaking rain. I think this may become one of my paintings/assemblages.
   

The elegant back of a Narcissus bloom.

Nice double daffodil points its heavy head to the ground during soaking.

The first few leaves of my white Trillium catching some rain.

3 comments:

  1. IT'S FLOODING IN TAMPA TODAY. TAMPA GOT 5 IN'S AND NO WHERE FOR IT TO GO. MANY CARS RUINED. USF WAS FLOODING ALSO. I FEEL FOR ALL THE KIDS. MANY TRYING TO PACK UP TO GO HOME FOR THE SUMMER. MY GRAND DAUGHTER GRADUATES TONIGHT. I'M JUST PRAYING THAT IT STOPS SO MY DAUGHTER AND SIL CAN MAKE THE TRIP TO THE COLLEGE OK.THE PAST FOUR YEARS HAVE PASSED SO FAST. SHE STILL HAS 6 MORE YEARS TO GO. SHE'S HOPING TO BE A DOCTOR. YOUR FLOWERS MADE ME SMILE AND MADE ME FEEL RENEWED TODAY AFTER ALL THE DOWN STUFF THAT HAS HAPPEN IN THE SOUTH THE PAST FEW DAYS.

    HUGS, GRANNY.

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    1. Congratulations to your granddaugher, Granny!

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  2. THANKS . IT MAKES ME FEEL SO PROUD OF HER. SHE WANTS TO BECOME A DOCTOR. WORKING WITH CHILDREN WITH MENTAL PROMBLEMS. SHE LOVES KIDS. HUGS, GRANNY

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