She Speaks to the Leaves of Love is a photograph by Marilyn Cornwell which was uploaded on June 26th, 2020.
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I just love the perspective here - I can't quite make sense of it, but that's half the charm. I KNOW the lily pads and blossom must be floating or at least projecting just above the surface of the water, but it almost looks as if they are a hanging plant or falling. Tones and light are gorgeous, too.
Hi Nikolyn - I agree with you I was transfixed with the way the plants looked in the water - they must have just been put into the pool and the leaves hadn't risen to the surface yet so have the sense of appearing to fall. And then with the "black water" it makes it all so surreal. This was at the Royal Botanical Gardens which is located near me.
F/L. Congratulations on your feature in All Glorious Gardens. Beautiful work! This feels ethereal and delicate.
Oh wow, how absolutely gorgeous...great title Marilyn
Thanks so much!
A very beautiful composition and presentation Marilyn....Like and Favourite
Congratulations on you Feature in Canadian Artists for Fine Art America!
Ooooh! This jumped off the page to me soon as I clicked on it. Images like this are breathtaking for me.
Thanks so much Mary! Anything in dark water works for me!
John M Bailey
Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"
Marilyn, I love what you have done with this one. VLF
Thanks Al - I had to give the lilies a bit of a cleanup to get the composition!