Monday, May 20, 2013

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Tiny lilac blossoms extend from the thin stems like sparks reaching out from a firework. Their size is dwarfed by the large round leaves reaching out from the side, but their numbers are unmatchable. The area captured is a fractal. Behind the foreground is layer upon layer of similar images – white tinged purple flowers engulfed by wide green leaves. 



Tiny lilac blossoms extend from the thin stems like sparks reaching out from a firework. Their size is dwarfed by the large round leaves reaching out from the side, but their numbers are unmatchable. The area captured is a fractal. Behind the foreground is layer upon layer of similar images – white tinged purple flowers engulfed by wide green leaves. 



There is a soft, organic gradient from purple to white on each of the buds. Like all things in nature, it is not a perfect transition. Tiny differences of colour and imperfections of areas only make the flowers more beautiful. On the base of each one, in stark contrast to the pastel shades of the flowers, are jagged, dark purple sepals, clutching the blossoms to the stem. 


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