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MobiColour RESULT: MC #173 Theme: Texture - May 20-26, 2019

JillyG

MobiLifer
Mobi Veteran
Real Name
Jilly
Device
iPhone Xs Max
My 365
My MobiTog 365
The protea on the left (the dark red one) I have several ten feet tall - they’re amazing, change colour and form so many times over the year, even gone to seed they are beautiful. We inherited them, obviously planted many years ago, and other trees have grown up around them so they’re quite deprived of sunlight. I’ve agonised a bit - I hear they don’t transplant well, but I can’t bear to see them get anaemic.... I’ll call an expert before end of our winter.

@JillyG . . . ! ! !
:lol: ImageArt Ann will be the expert of Proteas, seeing as they are South African in origin. All I’ll do is Google it.:D
 

JillyG

MobiLifer
Mobi Veteran
Real Name
Jilly
Device
iPhone Xs Max
My 365
My MobiTog 365
Roof of Royal Albert Hall - no edits. Went to see Mark Knopfler last night. :inlove: Choice of songs not as good as 5 years ago but the eclectic group of musicians and all their instruments - well just spectacular music.

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Wow, Mark Knopfler - I love him! These scream the Albert Hall - without them the acoustics are rubbish. Great image.
 

terse

MobiLifer
MobiSupporter
Real Name
Ted
Device
iPhone Xs
A step too far, less is more sorta thing?
On reflection I think the coral is the bit that blends the best, the screws and fish might be superfluous.
It was the screws in the fish, along with the metal teeth, that got me to take a closer look. The bolts and the coral look good. :thumbs:
 

deepop

No Mobi-limiter...
MobiSupporter
Real Name
David
Device
iPhone Xs
My 365
My MobiTog 365
The protea on the left (the dark red one) I have several ten feet tall - they’re amazing, change colour and form so many times over the year, even gone to seed they are beautiful. We inherited them, obviously planted many years ago, and other trees have grown up around them so they’re quite deprived of sunlight. I’ve agonised a bit - I hear they don’t transplant well, but I can’t bear to see them get anaemic.... I’ll call an expert before end of our winter.

@JillyG . . . ! ! !
Well... this still life was taken in Sydney, so that’s an Australian protea.
 

RoseCat

MobiStaff
Site Staff
MobiSupporter
Real Name
Catherine
Device
iPhone 7 Plus
A step too far, less is more sorta thing?
On reflection I think the coral is the bit that blends the best, the screws and fish might be superfluous.
I like all the odd elements. Gives it a “fab weirdness” that I love.
 
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