no, bright colors AREN’T tacky, they’re bright. don’t like em? go do monochrome art somewhere else.
[ A spindly dead plant. Much of it is covered in tiny ice crystals, so small the overall effect is white. A single branchlet, sticking straight up, is more-or-less in focus; the crystals have built up along it such that they look like white flowers. ] I can’t resist taking pictures of plants covered in
no smartassery this time, it was just a really, really nice day
With digressions into geology, but not botany.
[ A close view of long, narrow silver-green leaves, waving in the breeze, looking much like undersea fronds. The stems are paler and slightly more yellow. They greenery entirely fills the picture. ] First small beauties post from the new land! There’s SO much here that’s beautiful, I can’t wait to post more.
[A small round cactus barely sticks out of tiny gravel. It’s no more than an inch across, sticks out of the ground less than half an inch, and is covered in tiny spines, all parallel to its surface.] Spring is, finally, coming in. I found a tiny cactus. Glad I didn’t find it with my