Saturday, 23 June 2012

Like a circle in a spiral....

Whilst pottering in the garden this afternoon grey stormy skies threatened to unleash yet another torrential downpour so I retreated to the conservatory with an armful of freshly cut flowers.
I reached for the radio and Dusty began singing 'The windmills of your mind' so, I placed a flower within a flower.............




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18 comments:

  1. Ohhhh, I do love this. Just brilliant !

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  2. Dear Paul - these are gorgeous, a lovely idea. The first one captures for me 'bridal' the second 'oriental' and the third a 'fairytale'. I love the reflections.

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  3. Those little posies look like works of art Paul! So very beautiful! It must be a delight to have a conservatory to enjoy, when the weather is horrible outside. It sounds like we have the same kind of weather in Holland. Still waiting for the summer to begin!

    Have a lovely weekend!

    Madelief

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  4. I love those kind of days! My fav is 2, but all 3 are inspiring ,wondering where they will end up

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  5. What is the bottom blossom? Is it a moonflower?

    Just lovely. Enchanting one might say. And I just did.

    xo Jane

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    1. Hi Jane. The last main flower is Brugmansia suaveolens, one of my favourite flowers. They have the most intoxicating scent.

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  6. You are so creative! Beautiful bouquets on an original theme. A pleasure.

    Brugmansia...yes, a fantastic bloom.

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  7. Paul- its truly amazing and beautiful how creative that you can be with flowers--- and just as amazing is how beautiful your photos are-- almost like a work of art. Rainy days are good days to be creative--
    Xo
    Vicki

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  8. Stunningly creative arrangements Paul! Dusty was very inspiring. :)

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  9. Hi Paul. Just beautiful. What an idea..Happy Saturday..Judy

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  10. Thanks for sharing those weekend showstoppers!! Very creative and original, Magical Paul. I like a lot, and might have to copy ;)
    Cheers,
    Loi

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  11. Dear Paul,
    thank you for those lovely, surprising bouquets - as every artist you make one see the world with 'new' eyes - you add to something lovely yet another dash and it turns into a master-piece.
    Hearing Dusty's long forgotten song again: so nice - like a flower-petal blown by the wind.

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  12. I love your pictures they are wonderful
    ♥Doris

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  13. Sober, delightful, those bouquets are really beautiful.
    Thanks Paul.

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  14. Wow those are beautiful! Is the outer flower really large or are these arrangements smaller?

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  15. Gorgeous arrangements. Would make great fascinators. What about the fresh flower fascinator company as a spin off? Do you know Dusty's Magic Garden? It's one of my favourites.

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  16. Lovely! I would never have thought to put a flower within a flower.

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