Wednesday, April 18, 2012

A Different View

From Above






From the common perspective
just across the field,
they are tufts of silky
and colorful upside-down bells
standing atop their green anchor
and leafy embellishments.
We see them happily fluttering
in the gentle breeze,
playfully bumping noggins,
and joyfully holding hands. 

From another perspective, 
they are perfect hexagrams 
that hold a little surprise 
in its bull's eye:
Two layers equally stacked 
with three precise triangles 
and a center aureole
of contrasting color,
which cup the very origins
of their wondrous selves.



6 comments:

  1. very beautiful perspective. i love the light in the last shot :) thanks!

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    1. Thank you so much, Tina! I am really enjoying your prompts and linkups!

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  2. beautiful photos and nice, soft colors!

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    1. Thank you, mrs. columbo! I've been on a tulip roll lately. =)

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  3. I love how each picture shows more detail. Very nice!

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    1. Hi, Janna! Thanks for stopping by! Flowers are just too inviting for photos. And when you've planted your own flowers, the photos are even more meaningful and precious!

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