One Word Sunday is back this week, and Debbie has set the theme of ‘Wet’. There has been an abundance of wet things of late, but I have opted to use one of my photos from those little Seedlings that provided lots of colour (and photographs!) over the Summer. Wet petals and a purple and green photograph welcome in October. Purple and green – perfect colours for the Hallowe’en period! (For more interpretations of the theme, please visit Debbie’s site via the link at the beginning!)


Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. I nearly always add dew drops to my paper flowers. Makes them more realistic I think.

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    1. I think it would, Beverly. Do you have any photos of them on your blog? I will get to visit soon!

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      1. well that is a good question. Probably but they don’t show up in photo’s very well. I really shoild describe my cards on the blog .

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        1. I have that problem with some photos – they don’t show the details as intended, do they?

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  2. Excellent shot Tom! 🙂

    Very well done! 🙂

    Prenin.

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    1. Thanks, Prenin. These mobile phones are particularly useful for shots such as these! 😀

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  3. Beautiful!
    I love the colours, and the tiny reflections in the water drops. A wonderful image for wet – thanks Tom

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    1. Right time and place again, Debbie! I normally notice details, but didn’t spot the reflections in the water droplets!

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