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Alphabet Photography Project: A is for Apple

A is for Apple… As any good alphabet book will tell you. I know, because I had one. In all my years, I haven’t forgotten this valuable piece of information. What the alphabet books don’t tell you, however, is just how visually amazing apples are, when you look at them carefully. Marvellous in shape, outline, and patterns of marking. Just take a few moments to look at something as well-known as this, and perhaps It will convince you how blind we often are.

I’m taking the ‘Alphabet Challenge’ that has once again begun here, at Podcast.

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The Gallery: Week 77 – Colour

Just one colour, the lady said.  Just pick one.

Now, there’s a poser, thought I.  A spectrum, madam?  A kaleidoscope?  A veritable riot of chromaticity?  On all counts, I could supply you from stock.  But one colour… ah, there, you have me…

Full of such musings, I walked out onto my patio – and there, the answer hit me between the eyes.  Or, more correctly, hit me right in the eyes.  Here it is: I give you…

Shape, line, texture.  And colour.  One colour.  Which is, er, well… sage green.

This post was prompted by ‘The Gallery’ here.

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