Sunday, August 05, 2007

Inner Light 2

I have to wonder how much Louis Tiffany was inspired by flowers to create some of his glass work vases. This shot would have done the trick.

This is one of the first morning glory blossoms to grace my deck. I like how the coloration and the translucence of the base of the bloom seems to radiate a light all its own.

This is entitled shot number two because of a morning glory photo I took about a year ago that also plays with the illumination illusion of these delicate flowers.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2007 James Jordan.

4 comments:

lissa said...

This is beautiful, the way the colors stood out, the blue is very vibrant, nicely done

Moi said...

i have seen lots of morning glory on lots of blogs recently and all the perspectives seem so unique......this one is beautiful here ....and lovely pics and thoughts all over your blog...i really liked "outside my window" post...

Greetings from Florida :)

Wanda said...

James: Are you sure you didn't just put a "tea light" in the base of that morining glory....!! so beautiful, a grace and glow all of its own.

Kim said...

Wonderful composition. Love the beautiful blue color, and the light is perfect. Great job!