What do you do with a photo that, no matter the tweaks to increase contrast, bring more definition, crop to improve composition, still ends up looking naff? The answer could be this . . .
These bramble leaves are given new life
Dried grass caught upon flowering oaks . . . like dancing Medusas
Blue daisies and purple plantain . . , and why not?
No matter the treament, the leaves remain . . . bi-coloured
Blue briars? Or some silken fabric
Petals, butterflies, leaves . . . which are they?
The fiery light of dawn
Flamingos in the sky? No, those leaves reveal the truth of it. This is an extensive clamber of hops, in flower
Perhaps my favourite: A fractured vision of grasses
Graded umbrellas . . . well, umbellifers
Rubies, diamonds, emeralds . . .
Nocturne in lime . . . or a tangle of grasses?
A rainbow-coloured shower of leaves
Purple hedge parsley . . . still discernable
Not flowers. Lichen
Bindweed, despite the treatment, still unmistakable
And here be a medley of grasses
These were water plants . . . impossible now to tell
I call this Scarlet Streamer but it began life as yet more grasses
Can you see a face here? Call her Bryony
Next week? Beneath the Wide Sky