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The Dying of the Light


One of the flowers I got at work a week ago has looked so interesting as it's started to die that I just had to take a picture of it. Something about the change in the colors from the outside to the inside as it drys out really interests me.

I was doing my shooting on a black piece of poster board on the floor in my makeshift photo-shooting way and a certain missy decided that the flower was just a tad bit irrisistable.



And this is all that was left after she had her way with it.


Benjamin took a turn snacking on it as well, but every time I tried to snap his picture he ran off so I don't have any evidence!


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