Beautiful! It looks like something you shot in a studio!
I don't have any hydrangeas, but some people leave them on the bush over winter, and I can get a few images...
keen observation Brian; I actually used a Styrofoam box with day-light source only from the front (nothing too complicated happening :))
Those colours are awesome! It's a great way to extend and alter the beauty of the hydrangea colours!!
Perfection. A beautiful flower and the way you have done it Carole.
Lovely capture of the hydrangeas!
This is really beautiful, Carole!I always find it so interesting to watch hydrangeas as they age. I think they are just as beautiful as when they are in their prime.Hope you've had a great weekend!
That's really pretty!
Beautiful hydrangea, Carole! One of my favorite flowers. I have three bushes, but they don't get the nice purple color on the green.
Great shot! I love hydrangeas. They are perfect for photographing!
Beautiful! i would never have thought of drying these!
So pretty Carole .... I love it when hydrangeas turn that wonderful deep colour that I can't even put a name to.
Very beautiful is this hydrangea, also dried flower is beautiful, and very decorative in house.Greetings Irma
Love shot Carole...so many pretty colors!
How very lovely!
Maybe the flower which symbolizes most a French régian: Brittany ;-)Céline & Philippe
I do wish my hydrangeas would flower like this. I suppose the poor soil where I have the two plants just prevents them from forming these wonderful full heads of blossoms. This is a wonderful macro, Carole!
I fell in love with hydrangeas last summer (when we were in Oregon)...noticed for the first time how beautiful they are in all their stages...before they fully flower, during the height of their glory, and as they faded in the Fall, still beautiful. I will have to ask our daughter if she's tried drying them...this picture is just stunning.
This is a wonderful photo, Carol. So clear and close. Amazing !!!Have a nice weekend. Best regards, Synnöve
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