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MARCH 2017

 

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MAGNOLIA unwrapping hats and coats

 

 

 

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Instagram is amazing. I only discovered it in February and with flowers and the landscape,  its creative toolkit has really educated me on the real science of light in a way I did not expect. The above is crocus.

FEBRUARY 2017

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AGAINST ALL ODDS

Inspired by the WordPress Daily Post challenge. What I used eventually was not Instagram. (Post 441 Home)., but last Sunday, 19 February, I went to explore the theme’s meaning. Smallest Spring flowers always manage to surface through the challenges of Winter, but immensely hardy, they will be here till late Autumn.

First daisy

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© 2017 La Floralie 3

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SHADOWS

Not just an accident of light, shadows have a life of their own. Inspired by the WordPress Daily Post challenge (Posts 437-440), I found Instagram helped me discover a less static, shaded life of the shadow.

Pavement Meadow.Tree shadows crossing the road

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Leaf being a Valentine

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Leaf talking to its shadow

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Enwrapped on the street Valentine's Day with Clinging Ivy in Stourbridge

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RANDOM

Sunshine required in Britain

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Our Wintry day

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In the distance . birds nests after dark 07/02

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.end of the day. a tree 06/02

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Trying to see over this tree would lead you straight into the Stourbridge Canal

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