Flipping Colour

Ah, yes – what lovely, snowy, late April weather we’re having my corner of the world.

Can you hear the sarcasm in my words?

By “snowy”, I mean big clumpy white flakes falling relentlessly from the sky.  It’s everywhere: sticking to the tree branches, concealing my forsythia, my hyacinth and even the tulips.  My world is positively drenched in a sea of winter.  Again.

A month ago, I was sitting by the pond, getting a suntan.  Today, I am digging out mittens and parkas.  Seriously.

C’est la vie – or so the story goes.

So – what could be more fitting, on this backwards day, than some pics that pay tribute reversal?

Forsythia Reversed
Grape Hyacinth Blown Out
Tulip Shoots Reversed
Hyacinth Reversal

…Just some images of I have been working on over the past few weeks.  I guess you could say I am in a playful mood.

Some of them are weird, I realise this.  Today, weird is suiting me just fine.

When it’s almost the end of April, and I am looking a 5 inches of accumulated snow on the ground, if I can’t find something fun to do, I will go mad.

(if you click on each image, you should be able to see it in a much larger format.)

5 Replies to “Flipping Colour”

    1. Ha! That’s sounds like an awesome way to display these, I agree! I was just mucking around in Corel Photo one day, with no real destination in mind. I thought the reversed colours were kind of interesting…Thanks for your input! 🙂

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