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As I was observing tulip petals, holding them up to the light, I noticed in the tangle of oversprouted peas I have growing at my window, a single pea blossom. Will it bloom? Will a pea pod form? Time will tell. Meanwhile in a moment of whimsy I decided to photograph my blossom against a background of tulip petal. No meaning. No expectation. Just indulgence in curiosity.

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I continually learn through photography that when beautiful things fall apart – like my bouquet of tulips – that’s when you sometimes find an even greater beauty.

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My $1.98 primrose plant. I was on the lookout for herbs but those yellow petals caught my attention.

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It’s why I like to peer over the sides of bridges. You never know what you’re going to see down below. I’m used to dead leaves, feathers, trash, those things I expect. Two fresh petals, in an area where no flowers were around that I could see, now that was a wonderful surprise.

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It is a sad title but it has been a beautiful journey.  An unexpected gift from a friend of a bouquet of tulips with encouragement to photograph its form. And so I have over the past couple of weeks.  But these may be the final images, I think, pink petals resting in a gold goblet catching the last of winter’s light.

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