Red flowers have more boldness than any other flower. They’re rich and dramatic. If there’s just one in a scene or an arrangement, that’s where our eyes are drawn.
I’ve always found them a challenge to photograph, as the colour the camera captures tends not to match the colour our eyes see, but I have these to offer.
Shared for Life In Colour: Red.
I’d drafted this floral post ready to link in, and was feeling pleased with myself until I discovered that Jude is requesting forms of transport. I prepared to improvise.
Let me try out a few ideas. Flowers, by their very nature are a form of transport – they will produce seeds designed to go somewhere else to sprout? The sweet peas had been transported from the garden to get in the dinky vase at the flower show? I had travelled in a train, plane and car to see the passion flower (though not just for that, attractive though it was)?
I reckon I could have got away with it, but am adding an insurance policy:
Now all I have to do is work out a way to contend that a neon car can be a red flower, in order to suit the title.