A tree and growth form a yinyang of light and dark.
A bubble of light floats by, de-magnifying and re-mystifying the forested area.
A building in picturesque disrepair, sporting a hole in its wall.
I think of this pathway as paving stone I-Ching patterns.
Except some are in trinary. The Three-Ching.
Magnificently dressed window wearing a verdant evening gown.
A corresponding doorway seductively peels back its paint layers.
The rare Mollyfruit found in a previously unknown habitat.
Plein-air digital photograph of waterlilies and reflections.
I would make a Monet pun here, but I wouldn't want you to get the wrong Impression.
Outer shadow ring
Growth in the center allows
Fractalilies: Lotuses embodying fractional dimensional representations of other parts of itself.
The big hole in the center and the little holes around the edge depict a slice of lotus root.
Can one ever have /too many/ pictures of waterlilies?
Blue (purple) lotus flowers smell of Pure Purple, also somewhat like violets.
The inner villi-like pollen-covered projections look like tripping daisies; sea anemone-style acid-jazz visualizations.
Visual fish tickling. Or stabbing. As you prefer.
Mitch and his Fabulous Great Uncle Paul on the way up a hill.
What I thought was a cleverly-made wooden trellis? It's actually cement.