I’ve attempted to make it seem as if there’s a light inside the flower in this shot:
I’ve played with colors and shadows in this one. In reality, this little flower is red:
Here’s another version of the same type of flower as above…. I altered the color from red to this pretty purple shade:
These are common little flowers that commonly appear in Florida, on hedges. I don’t know what type of hedge it is though. The flowers are less than an inch vertically, and a quarter of an inch wide. In the below shot, the bud is almost ready to open:
Below is a brand new leaf on the verge of becoming. I’m not sure if the image would look better if it was vertically aligned. Maybe it’s more interesting off-center? I’m not sure.
And this is the same little flower as the purple above, just a different tree and captured on a different day.
This is a White Morpho Butterfly. I like the shot but wish the butterfly were sharper:
This is a Mexican Sunflower:
This is the Blue Morpho Butterfly:
I’m going to the Miami Zoo tomorrow… oh boy! Dreaming of all the possibilities….