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A Vignette: Wood, Paper and Delphinium

Written on September 24, 2012

Today I’m showing a corner of my showroom: a cluster of wooden Japanese and Korean stools and bowls has been showered with fallen delphinium petals.  It looked so natural and beautiful I wanted to share.

That’s all.  Pretty nice, isn’t it?



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  1. Comment by marina urbach:

    Thank you for sharing these beautiful images. You are so special Stephen. Thank you again for this gift. marina

    September 24, 2012 @ 2:16 pm

  2. Comment by Jeannine:

    Very pretty. Delphiniums seem to be first to start dropping petals in any floral arrangements. Fleeting beauty, which you captured so well in this photo.

    September 24, 2012 @ 8:50 pm

  3. Comment by velma:

    there’s a quote from dorothy l sayers’ gaudy night, where flame is described as delphinium blue, if flame were ever so blue. i liked that, how blue BLUE delphinium is. i’ve missed them in my garden, delphinium and borage are old favorites. now my only blues are forget me nots.

    September 25, 2012 @ 7:58 pm