A few years ago I got what was maybe my first gardening urge ever. I’ve always appreciated a good garden or landscaping project but never have had the desire to create one myself.
My gardening idea was pretty simple: to plant just two things, California poppies and hollyhocks. Modest as that goal was, all I’ve accomplished so far is to collect some seed pods for both types of flowers. I may have to get some more though as these are a couple of years old and may not be viable anymore. Besides, I love the shapes and they make great still life props. Maybe I’ll change my goal to just collecting and photographing the seed pods.]]>
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This is lovely, Larry! I especially enjoy the muted colors and the emphasis on form enhanced by the white background.
There’s almost a heart shape in the arrangement. Could be potential material for more of your kaleidescope images!
Thanks Kathy, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see these seed pods end up in some mandala/kaleidoscope image one of these days.
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