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By janehewitt    
Thanks to Tony (AKH) for introducing me to the concept of 'Wabi Sabi' I am now reading Wabi Sabi the art of everyday life. Todays English interpretation of this Japanese school of thought is 'the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete..' I knew there was a reason I liked wilting flowers so much Smile jane

Tags: Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

Voters: plugin, costas, SKavanagh and 22 more

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SKavanagh 13 312 5 England
3 Jan 2008 4:30PM
Superb image great detail
Strobe 13 1.3k United States
3 Jan 2008 4:43PM
Great image, nice and soft
turtle1 17 41 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2008 4:46PM
Super image - like the composition

Barb "happy reading"
Possum 14 148 England
3 Jan 2008 4:51PM
I first heard of this concept from Joline on this site; this is a fine interpretation with that wonderful wiggly stem - the art of dying gracefully Smile
Joline Plus
15 34 59 United States
3 Jan 2008 5:09PM
I am a great admirer of that concept. This is a very interesting interpretation of it. The composition is startling, different and very beautiful. Nice work!
chase Plus
15 2.2k 566 England
3 Jan 2008 5:45PM
An interesting concept Jane,I do believe flowers through the lens can be so pretty past their best.
There are a few marks on your bg..not dust bunnies I hope Wink
3 Jan 2008 6:13PM
Lovely image, beautiful simplicity.
proz 16 205 United States
3 Jan 2008 6:32PM
love the concept, love this image!
Rachy1821 15 3 England
3 Jan 2008 7:18PM
Beautiful Jane love the angle and white background!!

Cabit 14 104 England
3 Jan 2008 8:41PM
Simple & very nice.
5 Jan 2008 11:52AM
Absolutely stunning colour and detail nice work
Joline Plus
15 34 59 United States
8 Jan 2008 1:03PM
Congratulations, You have just received the coveted pink diamond award for this brave composition. It is delightfully done.
janehewitt 17 215 1 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2008 4:55PM
Thnak you so much Joline! Jane

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