Weekly Photo Challenge: Flowers

Flowers are often used to decorate buildings

Carved Flower

…The one above once graced a building in the Roman Forum whilst the one below…

Sunflower

…graces a clothing shop in Canet-en-Roussillon.

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Comments

  1. Great interpretation of the theme!

  2. thirdhandart says:

    Great photos! So, I guess human beings have a history of admiration for flowers. And, the admiration of their beauty still abounds.

  3. Beautiful entries.

  4. I love it, one man’s interpretation of man’s interpretation of nature.

  5. Very clever indeed!

  6. Ah yes very clever and well executed!

  7. that’s beautiful as well as thinking outside the box. thanks for sharing!

  8. Great new idea of how to look at flowers in the world

  9. Beautiful shots!

    Great art learns from NATURE! 😀

  10. A cool , intricate version of this weeks theme. Great details!

  11. Great details in the black and white flower and lively colors in the other picture, it almost feels like i can touch them 🙂 I really like your interpretation.

    • Thanks – Actually that Black & White is a colour photo! It’s just that the stone was white and the dirt of ages was black 😉 Glad you enjoyed them 🙂

  12. Wonderful additions to this weeks challenge, sir!
    I really like all the textures in the first image (or both, really), and the bit of ‘shine’ in the second –
    very, very nicely done!
    🙂

  13. Both so vibrant and beautifully simple, or is that simply beautiful?

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