Thursday, 3 May 2012

Wild fuchsia and Nature's Colours

I took some more photographs of the wild fuchsia flower on a recent walk near my home in Clifden. This pale pink variety is not as commonly found as the bright red strain that adorns most hedgerows here. I love it's delicate colours - barely pink and pale purple against the vivid greens of the leaves and hedgerow, the colours of early Summer.












I find it interesting how certain unexpected combinations of colour and tone work so well in Nature. I can imagine this mixture in a fabric print or perhaps some knitwear. Now I'm wondering if I can use it in a painting - it might be worth a try in this case.











2 comments:

  1. You should definitely try, they seems so gorgeous together...

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