In this different angle from the scene depicted two posts ago in Benchwarmers, an opportunistic Echinacea bloom finds sunlight through the slats of a wooden bench, while another bloom seems to ponder a similar course. Photographed in Sleepy Hollow, New York, August 1, 2014. Higher resolution versions of this photo can be viewed at 500px.com.
Lovely combination of textures and colours. Great capture!
Thank you for liking my images, and for subscribing to my blog, mythicalhorse. You have some beautiful images in your portfolio!
Thank you, Katrina! And it’s my pleasure to follow your blog—your content is wonderful!
If you went back to the bench now, I’m sure you’d find twins lapping the sun! beautiful!
I suspect you’re right! Thank you, Tiny!
A burst of brightness against the faded wood! Charming.
Thank you, Vanessa—I got lucky with this one!
Kenn, this isn’t just a story in a picture, it’s a chapter in a great book. Well done!
Wow, John—I’m not quite sure I’m deserving of such praise, but I’m very pleased you like the image. Thank you, my friend!
Thank you, Martina!
I just love the softness of the flower, against the texture of the wood, Kenn.
Happy Sunday to you!
Thank you, Lisa, and a Happy Sunday to you, too!
Beautiful color against the weathered wood of the bench.
Thank you, Pat. Yes, some scenes seem as though they’ve just been sitting there, waiting to be photographed. This was one of those.
Thank you, dear friend.
Wonderful photographic vision,wonderful photo 🙂 !
Thank you, my friend—you are very kind!
Very pretty pictures, joli jeu d’ombre et de lumière.
Thank you, Christiane—tellement heureux que vous l’aimez.