After a colorless winter and a dive straight into spring with all its rainbow colors, I sometimes come off a color binge and process a series of monochrome images. Usually I try for something with lots of interesting texture and a definitive structure and these leaves are perfect. I have no idea what they are, but I like them and the water still clinging after the rain is what makes the images really work. At least to me. All shot w/the OM 90mm macro at varying apertures.
And if you can figure out where the titles come from and why I used them now (without Googling) you get bonus points!
I had to Google it, but I’m glad I did.
Beautiful poem and wonderful that a sci-fi writer could weave its beauty into his storytelling.
It may now end up in one of my poems 🙂
They’re Ray Bradbury titles. He passed away last week.
Ding! Bonus points to Pat.