2012 Genre a Month Photography Challenge: Nature’s final call
Here is the final instalment in my January theme of Wildlife and Nature Photography.
It seems only fitting to end with nature ‘on its way out.’ After a very hot day in Sydney of about 33 degrees, I’m not surprised this agapanthus was looking a little worse for wear. Despite the wilted blossoms, the colour is still so rich. I am delighted with the photo, which I took while stopped in a traffic jam. We were creeping rather than driving and the road around Centennial Park in Sydney has beautiful houses and plenty of dog walkers.
Most of the dogs were too fast for me to get a clear shot. This flower on the other hand was fair game. I’m not sure why I’m so taken with it. Perhaps it’s because in a moment when I expected nothing, I got a photograph which surprised me in its simple wilted beauty.
So here is the last shot of the month. February’s theme is Travel Photography… let’s see what that brings…
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Posted on January 30, 2012, in Photography, Photography Challenge and tagged 2012 Genre a Month Photography Challenge, 2012 Monthly Photography Challenge, Agapanthus, Bloom, Flower, Lilac, Nature photography, photography, Purple, Sydney. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.