Marigold and Lobelia in a jar vase by Hege Nolan
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Day 353

I love the colour contrast of these two flowers (I even grow them together in the same container), unfortunately the smell of the marigolds is enough to put you off food. maybe that’s how they supposedly keep bugs away from tomatoes?

Canon EOS50D
100mm macro lens

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hege nolan, flowers, 365, still life

Welcome to the world of Hege Nolan. I’m fascinated by the world and everything it contains. There is a focus on food and still lifes here, which sometime surprises me given my past history of portraits! (well, food doesn’t move or pull silly faces)

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  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenover 2 years ago

    This is so lovely Hege!!! I love using glass jars as vases!!!

  • thankyou Carol!
    I have a collection of jars that get used as either vases or salad dressing shakers. I think that as vases they are more charming!

    – Hege Nolan

  • Denise Abé
    Denise Abéover 2 years ago

    gorgeous :) xxx

  • thankyou Denise. x

    – Hege Nolan

  • mellychan
    mellychanover 2 years ago

    lovely! i especially like the texture. can almost smell that stinky marigold from here. great colour combo!

  • the orange and indigo really pop against each other, don’t they? it’s a shame that the marigolds smell so horrible, they aren’t cut flower material. oh well!

    – Hege Nolan

  • Gisele  Morgan
    Gisele Morganover 2 years ago

    lovely composition ♥

  • thankyou Gisele! x

    – Hege Nolan

  • Lynne Prestebak
    Lynne Prestebakover 2 years ago

    Lovely!

  • Thankyou Lynne!

    – Hege Nolan

  • Jane Neill-Hancock
    Jane Neill-Han...over 2 years ago

    so beautiful – wonderful work.

  • thankyou very much Jane!

    – Hege Nolan

  • deborah brandon
    deborah brandonover 2 years ago

    absolutely gorgie Hege :)

  • thankyou my love! x

    – Hege Nolan

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandover 2 years ago

    looks like the patient is bearing up …finger crossed you can keep capturing quality like this Hege.

  • thankyou so much.
    the patient is not getting better, it’s giving me an error message every 4-5 shots. a bit annoying!

    – Hege Nolan

  • Trish Woodford
    Trish Woodfordover 2 years ago

    Beautiful….lovely composition and shot :)

  • thankyou Trish!

    – Hege Nolan

  • kathy s gillentine
    kathy s gillen...over 2 years ago

  • thankyou so much!

    – Hege Nolan

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