I just can’t get over the twisting and turning of this hyacinth.
When I bought this plant, it was about 5 inches tall and very compact. I wondered if the flowers would even open up because the blooms were so small and tight.
But what did I know? This hyacinth is just doing what hyacinths do best and it’s happy about it.
Texture: kk_edith by Kim Klassen
Word Art, papers: Anna Aspnes
‘go your own way…’ is now in my head…
Barbara Hurst says
Love the angle you got on this beauty. Your font use is wonderful, love the dots.
Goodness, I thought you were changing your blog or something! The hyacinth is very beautiful. Lovely photo and editing technique.
Yikes, the song is in my head too! I love this plant of yours!
Beautiful such a simple but perfect flower…
Love your word art!
Sherry Galey says
Now the song is in MY head too! Yikes. I love how you did the text and how you honoured the hyacinth.
Julia | JuliasAlbum.com says
What a beautiful flower! And you did a great job capturing something that’s white in color – I always have trouble getting good photos of white objects.
Evelyn in Oregon says
The whiteness is amazing! Beautiful! (I had a purple one….they are fascinating flowers, aren’t they?)
We can learn a lot from the hyacinth. It doesn’t care what the other hyacinths are doing…it’s listening to the beat of its own inner drummer. Something I need to do more often. Thanks for the reminder!