Bottoms Up

Sometimes, in fact many times, the bottom or underside of a flower is just as pretty as the top.  I certainly think this is the case with this beautifully colored Chinese Lantern (Abutilon).  My friend Jim and I went to the San Francisco Botanical Garden to do some flower photography a couple of months ago.  It ended up being a pretty breezy morning, so it was difficult to take pictures with the plants moving in the wind. We just had to wait for those moments when the wind slowed down.  I was lucky to get a quiet moment with this flower.

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3 Responses to Bottoms Up

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love the colors and the contrast of the beyond on the flowers

  2. Katrina says:

    More real than real!!

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