Much beauty can be found in restricted colour palettes in Nature, like this cloud-embellished early morning skyscape.
Brown is not usually a favourite colour of mine, but here, decorating tree trunks in elaborate patterns of cinnamon, cocoa and cream fungi, it is.
White always draws me in, and fungi can do that beautifully too, studding this slim tree with a constellation of tiny moth-like fungi.
The bush offers fascinating shapes in its restricted colour work too, as here in this water-washed path, where, as my walking companion noted, the tree roots made a perfect natural staircase.
Who needs gaudy colours when such subtle artistry abounds?