The simplicity of a summer flower

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During the midst of the Corona Virus time I had taken my camera outside to my tiny flowerbed.

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Capturing the Scabiosa,  a simple summer flower in all it’s forms…

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… and color… this is the eggplant  colored one.

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It all started out a few years ago with a few seeds I had  put  randomly in the soil and now every year …

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… I am blessed with an abundance of  blooming.

”  You don’t necessarily need a soil to plant seeds into…  It’s a simple thing to put a seed in your mind to make it grow and blossom”

 

 

About www.corneliaweber-photography.com

In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site www.corneliaweber-photography.com
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24 Responses to The simplicity of a summer flower

  1. Peter Klopp says:

    The simplicity of the Scabiosa brings out its natural beauty. Your floral compositions contain an important message which you repeated in your quote at the end of your post, Cornelia. Have a great Sunday!

  2. Laleh Chini says:

    Gorgeous indeed.❤️

  3. Profound words so well composed, Cornelia and simply beautiful flowers in all their vibrancy. You are a great photographer. Each photo is awesome.

  4. Jane Lurie says:

    Wonderful, rich colors and I love you shots of the undersides, Cornelia.

    • Thank you so much Jane , I have a passion for photographing flowers and plants from their undersides, it gives a total different perspective. I appreciate your kind comment coming from you as such a great photographer. Have a great inspiring week.

  5. At least the world of flowers isn’t impacted by the corona outbreak. So what better way to get away from it all! Beautifully captured, Cornelia.

  6. Beautiful photos, love them. And I specially like the last one, it’s a little ununsual, love it

  7. arv! says:

    Stunning flower images, as always!

  8. rajkkhoja says:

    Wonderful Flowers post

  9. Dina says:

    Love the angle you have chosen here, Cornelia. The Scabiosa is beautifully captured, each and every one.
    Just curious to know; why does the post about the Pomegranate from 2019 appear first when I visit your blog? I think I have been here several times and left again without scrolling further down to see the posts from 2020.
    Warm greetings to you from the four of us on the stormy coast of North Norfolk
    Dina x

    • Thank you dear Dina, I am glad you enjoyed my images. I am glad that you bring up this issue , I have seen this too when I checked my posts and wondering why that is. One way is to click on the month, but anyways you are right that my latest post should show up first. I will check with WP on that.

      • Dina says:

        On one or two occasions we have posted something and it didn’t appear on top, as the latest post. It turned out it had to do with the time -when it’s supposed to be published. Have a look under edit. We always klick ‘publish now; and never program a post to be published at a certain time, but if you change the time in the post about the pomegranate, it could step back?🤗

      • Oh, that’s interesting what you share. I always poste immediately…. but thank you have a point by checking edit. Thank you so much, Dina for your kind feedback. Have a great Sunday.

  10. Lovely images, Cornelia. Is that also known as Pincushion Flower? I didn’t realize they grew in California and have only seen the blue ones. This color is beautiful too.

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