Hosta loop

Here’s another abstract-looking Hosta. It’s two of the dead and formerly-flowering stems beginning to curl back to earth after expending their worth to the plant. I took this in relatively early autumn after a shock of cold days. I think this might be hard to look at for some, but for me it was all about finding three points of focus. It’s an experiment, really; with so little space between the plant and the ground I wanted to see how well I could do this hand-held. The point was to get the stems to look like they were coming out of blur, not the ground. …Success? Sort of.
Hosta loop
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