Few instances are found in nature where blue pigment occurs organically. Only a handful of plants, some butterflies, few birds, and animals, well, even rarer. We know blue as the color that represents melancholy, and yet, in those rare examples where nature paints in blue, they are only enlivening, a sheer delight to the eyes, and brilliantly elegant in their beauty. Cases in point – Morphos butterfly, Blue Jay birds & of course, Hydrangea flowers! :)
That these remarkable color-changing flowers exist, is one of the things that makes a visit to this planet worthwhile, just to have felt the touch of that almost perfectly round, delicate ball of quiet sumptuousness made with hundreds of tiny four-petaled flowers felt in one’s palms.
The Hydrangea plants that I know of are not alive due to winter right now but they are sure to come back with their magic as the spring arrives and advances. Till then, I have illustrated a surface pattern in watercolor & line art style, called “Sweet Hydrangeas”.
Check out my February 2021 calendar wallpapers for your desktop, smartphone & printable planner designed with my surface pattern – Sweet Hydrangeas!
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