Red and dead


Photo Information
My favourite Tulips, I love them in every stage, these had just gone over. Taken indoors.
02/04/2014 - 13:47trixie
CategoryFlowers & plants
Shutter Speed1/15
Aperturef/11
LensN/A
ISO1600
Focal Length50mm
Posted 02/04/2014 - 14:34 Link
Stunning, even past their best you have done them proud, a really wonderful comp Trish
GIULIO57
Posted 02/04/2014 - 17:48 Link
Nice
PPG
tyronet2000
Posted 02/04/2014 - 20:12 Link
A sad tale but you can remember them in their glory
Regards
Stan

PPG
Teaka53
Posted 02/04/2014 - 20:15 Link
Glowingblue wrote:
Stunning, even past their best you have done them proud, a really wonderful comp Trish

I have to agree
Malc
Posted 03/04/2014 - 00:23 Link
I have to say that it is a thoughtful exercise in how you follow through the life cycle of your flower photographs. You see them [photographically and I am sure, emotionally] through the process from giving joy to when they eventually depart having left their mark in providing joy to the senses.

You truly are akin to their presence in this world.

Touch, Sights and Smells? I bet Sounds are involved too as obviously they speak to you. Oh Taste....And a cup of herb/floral tea? You get the drift .
"The Latent Image that exists before development is a truly mystical and exciting entity and some subsequent individual photographs can make the spine tingle."

Good Fortune:

Gray Summers. Website www.graysummers.com
wombat101010
Posted 03/04/2014 - 12:04 Link
Gray puts it far more elequently than I ever could, but I agree totally, very emotive.
Regards
Steve
trixie
Posted 03/04/2014 - 16:18 Link
Glowingblue wrote:
Stunning, even past their best you have done them proud, a really wonderful comp Trish

thank you so much Karl you know they are my fav flowers
trixie
Posted 03/04/2014 - 16:21 Link
GIULIO57 wrote:
Nice

tyronet2000 wrote:
A sad tale but you can remember them in their glory

Teaka53 wrote:
Glowingblue wrote:
Stunning, even past their best you have done them proud, a really wonderful comp Trish

I have to agree

wombat101010 wrote:
Gray puts it far more elequently than I ever could, but I agree totally, very emotive.

thank you all so much
trixie
Posted 03/04/2014 - 16:22 Link
graysummers wrote:
I have to say that it is a thoughtful exercise in how you follow through the life cycle of your flower photographs. You see them [photographically and I am sure, emotionally] through the process from giving joy to when they eventually depart having left their mark in providing joy to the senses.

You truly are akin to their presence in this world.

Touch, Sights and Smells? I bet Sounds are involved too as obviously they speak to you. Oh Taste....And a cup of herb/floral tea? You get the drift .

Thank you so much Gray, yes I do have a herbal tea I love to celebrate the life of flowers, I always have them in my home, in my garden too. I do view them as you do , emotionally and when they are past their best I still see beauty in them

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