Silent Sunday


About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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28 Responses to Silent Sunday

  1. Robin says:

    Ironweed? Whatever it is, you captured it beautifully. 🙂

  2. It’s just beautiful Eliza 💜

  3. A very tranquil composition for silent Sunday. Nice use of depth of field.

  4. Joe-Pye, I think? I, too, like your use of depth here for a beautiful, tranquil image.

  5. Val Boyko says:

    Perfect for a tranquil sunday afternoon 💛

  6. Joanne says:

    I knew for sure that what this is would be covered in the comments (of course it is! 🙂 ) and it amazes me every time I see a beautiful “weed” photo from the USA or UK, as our weeds in Oz are just…well…weeds, and I don’t think anyone would regard them as beautiful. But yours are, very much so. ❤

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you so much, Joanne. Must be the difference in moisture levels.I get the impression that Oz is much drier? I guess it depends where on the continent you live. You have such a range of climates, much like the US, but your central area is desert?

  7. Maria F. says:

    Very impressionist-like!

  8. Your photos are always so serene. 🙂

  9. Rebecca says:

    I love the (deceptive!) simplicity of this photograph. Truly, no words are needed.

  10. Kathy Sturr says:

    Joe pye is one of my absolute favorites! Mine is already spent and surely making its way around the garden for next year.

  11. Love the colors and bright background here!

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