Spent some time musing over this week’s challenges (muse & tiny), getting my head around the original meaning of muse, which comes from the Latin musso, as my dictionary says:
to mutter or murmur… what we call humming… as persons do when idle, or alone and steadily occupied.] To ponder… to study in silence. . .to wonder.
Then spent time cleaning up & backing up some things, and realized I had just worked on some floral pics from last month that just fit both bills. So here they are.
Hope you enjoy!
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these tiny flowers always fascinate me when they begin to appear ~ sorry I don’t know their name
love these bright red begonias, planted for spring but still flourishing ~ see the red-tinged leaves? are they reflections? don’t know!
generally white flowers seem boring to me, but the bright yellow, delicate centre sprigs seem to emphasize the petal veining ~ and that fascinates me!
upper left corner has another tinted leaf – another reflection or flower that didn’t quite “flower?” more fascinating to contemplate than the single grains of garden dirt splashed up by rain!