The thing I love about this picture is the the background is blurry and which draws one to the focus of the picture. I love how the flower curves gently and elegantly making the flower simple, natural but beautiful in a unique manner. This flower is not a regular beauty but its curves and colour make it a beauty in its own right. 🙂
I love this picture due to the fact that it is about new beginnings. The blooms are late but now the plant is ready to expose its flower. The inner buds skins are wrinkled and are shriveling up, and will soon give way to reveal a bright new flower. The flower is shedding the difficulties and hardships of the past and opening up to a new future. Just as we all should 🙂
The intricate layers of the flower can be clearly seen, showing the complexity of one simple flower. The colour of the flower pops in the greenery of the grass and stems. I love how the flower is not in the middle of the picture making the flower more interesting and unusual. To me, the uniqueness of the photograph makes it very pretty
She stalks up the stairs with her amber eyes focused intensely at at something out of shot. Her lithe body moves gently making her fur ripples with every step. The eyes of the tiger that could scare and stop anything in her path.
This photograph intrigues me due to its linear formation and how the flowers are not orientated in the same manner. To me, it represents the imperfections of everything around us and how many times beauty is found in these imperfections. … Continue reading →
This photograph is one of my favourites. I love the colours of the picture and how the picture makes me feel. It reminds me of new beginnings (the blooming flower and the one that is about to bloom) and it … Continue reading →
I took this photograph in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. I remember admiring the beautiful flowers and wanted to capture it’s beauty in a shot. When i look at this picture I see class and sophistication. 🙂