Red Chrysanthemum I
Copyright 2005, David J. Bookbinder

Comments

Anonymous said…
They're all incredible. This one literally pulsates--it hurts my eyes! I think it's because our eyes are always flicking and moving, and somehow the contrasting bright colors with black causes some kind of visual dissonance--so pretty it hurts? I love one of the Chinese something seed pod with the earthy tones and the tiny hairs... toward the bottom. Love them all. Thanks.
Sue
Lexie Herrera said…
Love the All!
This Red Chrysanthemum I evokes one word: INTROSPECTION and a quote "As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being."
Carl Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, 1962

Lexie
Lexie,

Thanks for the comment and the suggestion. I like it, and will probably use it if I use this image in the book.

- David

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