Serendipity Experience 44: Go Gray!

6:30 PM

Finding anything remotely Gray in the middle of Summer is no easy feat, but this is exactly what joining in Project 64: Out of the box required this week!

After extensive searching I managed to find a glimpse of grey right on my own doorstep! Amidst all the bright vivid green leaves there stood a splash of gray on the flower of my banana tree. It was only after discovering this that I realised that I actually drive beneath the steel gray of the Sydney Harbour Bridge every day! So much for taking my surroundings for granted!!!!


Also perfect for  Justine Gordon's patterns and repetitions theme !

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23 comments

  1. Oh I love Justine and both of these shots! The flower one especially, it's a very cool place to find gray. Thanks for linking up with Project64

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  2. Your images are breathtaking, each one has unique strength.

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  3. simone, your pictures are extraordinary!!! wow!

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  4. you are clever! I hope you weren't driving when you took that shot!

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  5. That first one is a beauty! Such a different photo. Of course the other two are good too.

    You liked the chook photo? Thanks. You're right, it wasn't easy getting that shot. They just don't stop moving.

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  6. Great shots.. I just love that first shot..
    Hope you are enjoying your day!!

    Hugs, Linda

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  7. Who knew grey could be so gorgeous?

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  8. Beautiful gray flower pod - and the bridge! Wonderful.

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  9. These are great! Love the bridge picture...did you take that from you car window or did you get out to get the shot? It's really neat.

    We have a lot of winter gray here. I'd be happy to share with you. ;)

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  10. Beautiful representation! Isn't the world full of such wonderful things?! Our guest bedroom is gray. It sounds drab, but it's quite lovely and clean for our guests :) XO

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  11. Both photos are so unique.
    What a great catch of gray x 2.

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  12. Both of these are fantastic Simone!
    I especially love the first one. Auch an interesting plant!

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  13. Thanks for sharing your photos and your world with us. I have never seen a bloom from a banana tree before. How big is that bloom? It looks huge.

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  14. That banana bloom is a first for me too. How interesting.

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  15. The flower is incredible. Great perspective. Thanks for joining us at Project 64

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  16. I love that flower! I've never seen anything like it! So great!

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  17. Both of these shots are great, but I especially love the first one!

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  18. Nice shots. I love the banana flower pod! We tried growing one from seed, but haven't had much luck yet...

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  19. Isn't it wonderful how we see the world surrounding us changes when we take up photography. That flower photo is amazing.

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