Torturous colour – follow the blog for a myriad of photographic diversity
Posted September 18, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Nature, Photography, Shape, Texture
Tagged with Colour, creativity, Death, Dying, Ember, Flower, Flowers, Lossiemouth, LSSi, Moray, photography, Scotland, Scott_Marshall, Shape, skm1963, Texture, travel, vacation, Wildlife
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Nice photo and colours
My favourite comment was by someone – who said only you would think to photograph a dead flower
How do you manage to do it…!?!
What do you have that other photographers haven’t…
Do you think maybe it’s that intangible thing called a ‘hunch’ or a ‘gut feel’ or a ‘knowing’; ’cause you have it, Scott; whatever it’s called…
love this Scott, they do say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, dying ember or not there is beauty in this.
Hello Isobel, I posted this way back in 2011 when I only had a couple of followers – but you commented – I remember it quiet clearly “only you would think to photograph a flower past it’s best” amazing how things stick with you – thank you for staying with me.
Embers die and lose their life through lack of nurturing, or just naturally fizzle out for some, but the beauty that was once there remains in the memory
Love this image, Scott, and your title is perfect.
thank you – I enjoy finding a title almost as much as taking the image
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Based in Lossiemouth, Scotland. My main interest is in landscape, seascape and skyscape photography, equally I enjoy shape and texture imagery. UK Photo Sales & USA Photo Sales
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