Beauty in simplicity, you just wonder who thought up the structural logic.
This clematis is ready for it, its golden fingers pointing towards the skies. Even a hardened landing strip has been provided. Spring...More
How I love our spring: The bold and sleeker feel I get, An inner glow, a ring! I've paid the winter's chilly debt, so...More
A complexity almost fake Crowded on a landing zone ready for their maiden flight Zoom in and enjoy the scenery A...More
Of unknown species I am
A chrysantium in red
Does thou know my name
myself forever in your debt.
Gaze into my facets Gleaming in the light Reflecting to the world My Goodness at its height (part of a poem by Michele...More
The last atoms of a nova
falling on the yellow petals
inspiring its growth with love.
A little gush of wind carefully removing a speck. A generip traveling towards rebirth. (Inspired by Rick Lieder I took a few...More
Orange like the sunset fiery streaks of dusk maybe the most vibrant colour God dared to create. The Gerbera finds its source...More
Each tiny flower a mere milimeter in size, what wonder nature creates! They've only just started ripening and open their eyes...More
Wonderful in simplicity, some stray strands of light find reflection on the stems.
What can I say? Oh Theseus, you know little of Shakespeare's fiery genius. You cannot excuse his exceeding the bounds of probability,More
Looking at these flowers,
as solemn purple shrines
with many ]fragile petals
on green stems they shine.
Waiting for the bees to collect its hardgrown pollen, eagerly pointing towards a common goal.
On the latest hour it came,
and walked among the petals
searching for just that spot
to meet the coming dawn.
Colours manually faed out with a few colour hotpots, postprocessed as you can see (normally I don't like overdoing it). I still liked the result,...More
Just a petal, in meagre light, waiting for its end of days. New spring is coming, brethern await. From the family of Hydrangea ('[klim]horensia')...More
I love lavender. It is easy enough to grow, easy to maintain with a little discipline, it has an honest structure. But the nicest part is the smell. The...More
A sunny day, fluffy clouds, almost zero on the Beaufort scale. A nice day for a good stroll. Just look at those dandelions. One seed, transported by wind...More
A cloudy sky,
When I see this flower
I wonder why.
A farmer's Jasmine we call it here in the Netherlands. A shrub (in our case old enough to be reckoned tree-ish) so abundant in flowers...More
This lovely pink summer foxglove is highly poisonous. The toxins in the smaller leaves can cure heart rithm disorders or.. start one when incorrectly...More
The common nettle. In can be quite an itchy experiment when accidently touching it. Ouch! But, hence, when the nettle bares flowers it will...More
I was thinking in macro there is a lot to see. Not always exotics, we have beauty often so near at hand. If we only open our eyes....More
Simplistic power at the end of a day. Just before a storm hits my little village, the sky colours a magnificent orange, colouring this purple flower more...More