A photo of a few petals on a curb revealed this: Bullseye It’s one of those simple pieces that requires only a copy, flip and match to make you happy. Well, a few tweaks here and there, but that’s it, I swear. I must be getting better at my photo taking ~ composing in such a way that inspires the digital work, because I can see where I could go with it. When I crop my subject in the viewfinder, however, it is sometimes hard to remember the total context later, or even what it
If you thought the petals seemed ominous, let these facts give you pause: Insects . . . probably have the largest biomass of the terrestrial animals. At any time, it is estimated that there are some 10 quintillion (10,000,000,000,000,000,000) individual insects alive.
……………See: Numbers of Insects (Species and Individuals) Behold the insect warriors: Red Snout et al. Ten quintillion is a large army. For our sake, it’s a good thing they fight among themselves. #entomology #Smit
What do the leaves and petals do when we are not looking? Petals In Council And what do you think they are planning? Fallen foliage can be dangerous. They have nothing to lose. (This image is a result of manipulation of yesterday’s image.) #fallenfoliage #council #nothing #petals #CWWOL20110905 #nothingtolose
Yesterday’s splashes of red photo had such perfect angles for fitting together. I really look for those as I’m taking pictures. Strange Pagoda The result reminded me of a pagoda, somehow. #CWWOL20110716 #petals #strange #pagoda #splashesofred
This splash of red petals on weathered wood caught my eye: Red Petals I snapped this pic on a bandstand in the park in Wellington, Ontario. #bandstand #CWWOL20110715 #Ontario #petals #Wellington #splashes #splashesofred #red