The flowers stood out in the early spring garden, a period when Jack Frost just still might bite. The combination of the pink tulip and the yellow osteospermums caught my eye.
It was only after taking the shot did I realise that the colours of the petals of these two types of flowers were the direct inverse of each other. The tulip at its heart was yellow which quickly morphed into pin, whereas the osteospermums started off pink but soon became yellow as one moved away from the flower’s centre.
And for a small change here is another larger tulip bringing a splash of colour to the garden.
The sharp-eyed among us will spot a spiders thread glinting in the sunlight.