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My Sunday Photo: 12 November 2017

Sage in AutumnThis week I went looking for something different from my usual autumn pictures, and here it is. Amazingly, sage just keeps growing, almost defying the approach of winter – this is lovely if you use it for cooking!
I love looking for the shape and line in all plants; here, the almost monochrome look also appeals to me – remember, monochrome doesn’t have to be black and white!

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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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