Autumn Hydrangea


Another one from last autumn. I love how the colour of the flowers of Hydrangeas change with the seasons.



Copyright: Peter Hillman
Camera used: Nikon D7200
Date taken: 12th October 2019
Place: Rear garden, Staffordshire


 

16 thoughts on “Autumn Hydrangea

  1. I’ve never fully appreciated hydrangeas in the past due to where people planted them, they always looked gaudy and somehow wrong, when in fact they are quite stunning. I love their colours as they transition. Even when they are faded they have a lovely antiquey quality.

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    • When I was a boy my Mom and Dad always grew a hydrangea just by the side of the front door, and it always looked lovely in the summer, and I think those fond memories always draw me to these beautiful flowers. They can suffer in dry weather, so they always need plenty of water to keep them at their best πŸ™‚

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