sets the mood for a dying* purslane plant
While I find color photographs absolutely splendid, my very favorite photographs are those in black and white or sepia.
When I checked Wikipedia to learn more about the color sepia, I found this: “Sepia is a reddish-brown color, named after the rich brown pigment derived from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish Sepia.”
And for all you poets out there, I found one “sepia” quote at brainyquote.com:
“Without poetry, stories would be told in sepia.” ~Ellen Hopkins
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*no Purslane plant was injured in the taking of this photograph, this plant, along with it’s companion, is, actually, still very much alive, blooming and putting out new growth. I have every hope that it will survive our Florida winter 🙂
all words, that are not attributed to someone else, are mine, as is the photograph © Out Of My Mind Images 2016