Posted on December 2, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioExodus delicate departure wild aster in seed Like this:Like Loading...
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simple but profound…the words and the photo compliment each other perfectly
Love the spiral-like curve and the softness radiating from the whole piece
what a lovely photo, really captures the softness in the plant.
perfect photo and words
Lovely softness and thoughts. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
I am amazed at your talent of having just the right words to bring the photos alive. A true poet!
Beautifully soft and white, bending to the inevitable, her work done and her seeds ready to depart and regenerate into another beautiful wild flowering plant.
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Very beautiful and delicate!
So that’s aster. Thanks. All this time I thought I was posting images of goldenrod. I wish I knew more about what’s growing in my backyard. I appreciate the education that often comes with your images.
Asters and goldenrod are from the same “plant tribe”: Asteraceae and there are scads of versions of each one and very, very difficult to tell apart. The only way I know for sure is when I’ve seen them in bloom.
Thanks for all your kind comments.