Patterns in the Blossoms.

Day 127 / 2022 Photo Project365

I’m not talking about the patterns of blossoms themselves. Like all flowers — their variations, parts, forms, shapes, and patterns — much has been already written about that. Instead, on this rainy day, I was fascinated by the patterns of a black cherry tree’s fallen petals on grass, ground, and pavement. The photos are gloomy, reflecting the day’s weather, but I…

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