Hydrangea patterns

I think I have mentioned that it is hydrangea season here. Well, towards the end of it. At a distance they look similar – regular round balls of colour – lilac pinks and blue purples in a swathe of sap green. That’s when they’re fully grown. But as they are growing or unfolding, they are of many little shapes, patterns. The process of growth is almost more interesting than the result.

I guess that’s a bit like the process of learning or dare I mention it here…work projects. For me, the story of how a project evolved whether successfully or unsuccessfully is just so interesting; stories of how something has come to be.


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