Aging Tulip, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr. (Click on image to enlarge).
Linking up with Texture Tuesday and Flower Art Friday.
The tulips in our yard are at the end of their blooms. The leaves are tired, withered and falling off, yet some of the plants seem to be holding onto compassion as long as possible. The stamens in this image appear to be in compassionate speech with each other, forming a heart shape at the same time. What I see here is an example of beauty in aging.
(I applied a background “texture” to this photo, as another interpretation of the “T” theme.)
How do you interpret this image?
This post is for the “T” Challenge by Frizztext (“T” is for Tulip, Tenacious, Tired, Texture)