On a trip down to Lake Moomaw today, an abundance of contrasting patterns popped up everywhere:
At the river’s curve, golden brown water mixed with green water. I suspect the color difference was a function of the water’s depth.
Here, the woman’s red life jacket is the only bright color in the picture contrasting with the muted green vegetation and its reflection in the water.
On this wild rhododendron, a profusion of fully opened blossoms contrast nicely with the single blossom still closed.
A soft, fluffy feather is caught in a scratchy dry branch.
My favorite image today was this pink flower cluster contrasted against the lush green fern.
Finally, at the lake, people take center stage:
I love the way the girl steps into the shade while her towel and swim aid are still brightly lit by the sun.
This image captures the carefree little girls in contrast to their mother who, as the responsible adult, is burdened with all the necessities for the beach.
For more contrast images, see The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts.