The ending stages of a flower’s life can still be beautiful.
When a walk along a familiar trail seems insipid or boring,
slow down and take a closer look. A whole lot closer!
Catch the tiny details you may have been missing,
such as the tiniest bit of dew drops hanging on the edge of flowers and tall grass.
A purple coneflower, holding on to the last of its beauty.
Hello everybody! Decided to post this week’s Sunshine’s Macro Monday a couple of hours before my actual Monday starts to accommodate people who live on the other side of the world from me.
My capture for this week is a plumeria that is about to burst open. Can’t wait to see what you are bringing today. FYI – I have my comments set up to approve before they show up. I do sleep sometimes, so please be patient with me if I don’t get to your link immediately.
Anyone is welcome to join in with one or more macro or close-up shots each week. Create a pingback or add a link in the comment section below. Tag your post with SMM to make search results a bit simpler. Find all details about this challenge here.
Here is last week’s Sunshine’s Macro Monday just in case you missed it.
The Bashful Wildflower