32 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Q,

    Two for Wednesday!

    The photographs look like a magic trick. The way the flower holds to the water, creating those beads that appear as if they are floating in space, suspended that way. I always found it to be such a quiet grace, the way a flower lives and sustains itself.

    Thank you for gifting a Two-Fer Tuesday . . . on Wednesday!


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    • B,


      I just found the photo looked so different with a 1/4 turn πŸ˜‰ That is a perfect way of putting it… a quiet grace.

      Thank you for such a great comment and for letting me lease this space weekly πŸ˜‰


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      • Like the double feature or a double header or the buy one get one free . . . the two pic WW takes its spot in the lexicon.

        A quiet grace is what it is. They are proof of how the meek will inherit the earth long after the fire and steam of us humans has expended itself.

        Hey, it beats the hell out of me doing a “Wednesday Annoyances” post, LOL. There are only so many of those my people are gonna sit through before they rebel.

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        • ‘Cept this is the exact same photo πŸ˜‰

          It is. And yes. One day they will take over, after we have so buggered it up, we lose ourselves.

          Well… they do make us laugh those posts… but maybe a little pic between snarks is a good thing after all.

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  2. It is amazing how the rotation changes the composition so much – I am not sure how much I like it better because both are beautiful with the rich green – the pink and and the water drops

    And in a way – the first one has a sad vibe –
    But I like the three stages of blooms too

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