Here is parsley. I like how the light is hitting it.
Here are some Zinnia. I like how the leaves grow up the stem.
Here is a pumpkin leaf. That is my creepy hand, by the way.
Here they are from farther away. I love how they grow like giant cups. The water runs off towards the roots. Nature is amazing.
This is a sunflower leaf.
This is my creepy hand again. I have to say ,for a girl, I have huge hands. This shows how huge they are.
These are tomato leaves. They are so ruffle. The branches get so graceful.
Basil! The leaves are shiny and curvy.
I like the veining as well.
Morning Glories. I like how the leaf is dark and the veins are light.
Delphinium. The shape is lovely.
Black Eyed Susan. I like how the leaves grow in layers and then the flowers grow up out of the layers all of a sudden.
Geraniums. The leaves are just as pretty as the blooms in my book. I love how each variety of geranium has different colored leaves.
Mystery tree in my front yard. Love it! The light hits it in a new way constantly.
These plants are inspiring to me because I can look at the pictures over and over and learn how the light and shadows work. I can learn about the best ways to draw them as well. If I have a stamp to color in I want it to look as realistic as possible.
I hope this inspired you a little.