Ligularia November 29, 2015November 30, 2015 | drawandshoot Pink-fluff seed heads of a ligularia plant in my garden. When the plant is in flower the petals are a bright yellow, but it’s these delicate rosy seed heads of autumn that truly catch my eye. © Karen McRae, 2015 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
24 thoughts on “Ligularia”
Magnificent colors and their delicate wisps beautifully captured, Karen. Love this set.
Lovely dusty pink tones. And I love their name; it sounds nice when spoken. 🙂 Ligularia ligularia ligularia.
Living, breathing, wow.
Bravo! Love the tones.
Beautiful colour and light!
Glowing hues and marvelous textures! Oh so beautiful.
The contrast of colors are phenomenal. What nice shots. Ladies Prism is coming soon to romance the world. Scotian Breeze is the movement, and Treasure Words, Collect Figures is the company. History in the making; stay tuned.
Gorgeous soft tones, wonderful Karen!
i love how the combined pictures function as a sort of caleidoscope. it’s very beautiful and delicate.
fantastic photographs! so lovely 🙂
clouds of dreamy feathers, reminds me a bit of our “marchand de sable” who dropped golden dust to put us asleep.
quelle magnifique série….sensuelle-sexuelle..sourire…merci!
Are they reaching into this world or out of it? Almost painfully acute.
You have captured the delicate softness of this in these shots.
I enter my voice to the chorus. xx Beauties, every one of them.
These images are just fabulous. Stunning!
Inspiring karen – I must get my macro gear out again!
Beautiful, Karen – I love the textures and tones – and all the blur! A
Soft,delicate & beautiful.
Wow. As weird as it sounds, these are the type of colours I want my hair to be haha
This is nature’s magic in a nutshell: when we think it’s over, it really is not, we’re served with even more beauty when we least expect it. I love this series, you’ve captured it with such tenderness!