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public galleries...Sessions...Winter Into Spring


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Yellow Spring :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Yellow Spring
Reach :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Reach  This is a new branch of a rose bush growing in early spring.  You can see where the parent branch was cut the previous year.  I love the colors and the energy wrapped up in this simple diagonal motion.
Mother Pod :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Mother Pod  Looking like a relic of the past, this former rose flower had been there for almost 9 months.  It´s amazing that it stood that long.  I love the texture of each flower.
Baby Pod :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Baby Pod  I´m not sure what kind of flower this was, but I love the contrast between the muted browns in front of the brightly-colored background of a fresh spring.
Father Pod :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Father Pod  This rose died some 9 months ago and was still standing.  It´s contrast with the green background makes my eyes excited.
Whorl 1 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Whorl 1  I became slightly obsessed with this ´whorled´ rose leaf.  It seemed to have such a perfect spiral, like something out of a math book or nautilus shell.  My attraction with symmetry and exponential functions drew me into this layout as well.
Whorl 2 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Whorl 2  I became slightly obsessed with this ´whorled´ rose leaf.  It seemed to have such a perfect spiral, like something out of a math book or nautilus shell.  My attraction with symmetry and exponential functions drew me into this layout as well.
Without Whorl :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Without Whorl
Spine 1 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Spine 1  This is a close-up of a cut rose branch.  I focused on the thorn because they always scared me as a child and even today they make me a little uncomfortable.  It´s my own form of therapy.
Spine 2 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Spine 2  This is a close-up of a cut rose branch.  I focused on the thorn because they always scared me as a child and even today they make me a little uncomfortable.  It´s my own form of therapy.
Strange Fruit :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Strange Fruit  While not looking like the end product (with exception to the thorns), this is the beginning of a rose branch.  There are baby leaves, thorns, and the likes.  Kinda reminds me of how human fetuses don´t really look humans until almost the end.
Whorl 3 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Whorl 3  I became slightly obsessed with this ´whorled´ rose leaf in the upper-right corner. It seemed to have such a perfect spiral, like something out of a math book or nautilus shell. My attraction with symmetry and exponential functions drew me into this layout as well.
Not Yet Fallen :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Not Yet Fallen  With new growth on the left and old growth on the right, it reminds me of the phrase: "Out with the old, in with the new".  Such is life.
Pointillist Spring 2 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Pointillist Spring 2  There was something about the way these green chutes were breaking into the muted brown interior that made me take this image.
Pointillist Spring 1 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Pointillist Spring 1  There was something about the way these green chutes were breaking into the muted brown interior that made me take this image.

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