Pressed Leaf: Photo Poem 38

Trampled leaf, Green Mountain Trail: Photo by Noelle

Trampled leaf, Green Mountain Trail: Photo by Noelle

Look closely. Sometimes the most beautiful things lie underfoot. Stranger still, it is often in darkness that our real beauty is exposed.

10 thoughts on “Pressed Leaf: Photo Poem 38

    • I love negative photography. It always illuminates things you never saw. This was a squished, withered, flattened tuft of grass, turned into beauty. Blessings to your week, Pieter.

    • So true. As I have noticed in some of your own pieces, there is so much to till and harvest from the concepts of light and dark. Nothing is ever as it seems, is it? Thank you for the visit.

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