Friday, April 30, 2010

...a wild marriage of seasons...

So, what does a person do when she is all prepared to photograph spring flowers, and ....... winter makes a surprise comeback?  She creates a merger!  A merger of pics of flowers with pics of the trees laden with snow.  The results are rather intriguing.  What do you think?

Here purple petals of a Spring blossom are juxtaposed with snow-covered trees.


And here is a clematis sitting in branches of snow, like a Hawaiian flower in wild hair.


How about a bright orange nasturtium paired with wintry limbs?


And last, but not least, a scalloped-edged leaf juxtaposed with snow and ice - boggles the senses, don't you think?



12 comments:

  1. Oooo. I like these a lot Bonnie!

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  2. Hi Bonnie

    I like the clematis - isn't that plant referred to as old man's beard...that is what you have captured in this creation.

    Happy days

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  3. Interesting concept and very pretty images! I like when you merge your photos. You come up with some wonderful photos!

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  4. HI BONNIE-

    Oh SO beautiful - you are so talented and able to capture suich vibrant detail, color and uniqueness.

    Thank for sharing your gift.

    Love to you
    Gail
    peace.....

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  5. Wonderful juxtapositions here, Bonnie. You are very clever to bring such extremes together.

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  6. Oh what fun! And you are right! So intriguing!
    Wonderful!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  7. bonnie these are brilliant! so cool that you can see this and then bring it into being. steven

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  8. oh very nice...love how the colors play...i think i like the green one the best...

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  9. awesome,
    it is such an amazing grace to see the combinations of colors in nature from your photo shots...
    Happy May!

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  10. Wonderfully creative of you. You sure made photographic lemonade of the lemony weather you've been served.

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  11. I love what Hilary said.

    and startles us time and again, the mix of weather in spring. I love the last photo especially.

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