As spring approaches, thoughts of Acadia dance in my head.
Of course, there is more to Acadia than wildflowers…much more. 🙂
Nicely positioned water drops.
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Bunchberries seem to catch the dew this way fairly often. Bot the flower petals too.
Nicely done and presented
Look at that picture. Water or dew drops positioned perfectly. I am very fond of this one in B&W.
Thanks, Yvonne. Dew drops as attested to by my wet knees when shooting this. 🙂
That’s a place I have always wanted to visit … perhaps now that I’m a bit closer?
It’s about 6-7 hours from here, so maybe just a bit less for you. I jam planning on being there during the second week of June.
Oh yeah…you would definitely get a view of sunrise.
What a lovely flower, and what an amusing name — in a good way. It took me a minute of close looking to assure myself those were dew or rain drops. They certainly do add to the photo. I like the black and white, too. I think the various patterns probably are more pronounced than they would be in color.
They are lovely in color also, but I agree about black and white emphasizing the texture and pattern of the leaves and petals and the drops showing better.
How the bunchberry got it’s name: https://sggphoto.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/bunchberry-fruit-070610-700.png
Thank you, very interesting flower. And yet they are not berries, but drupes/stone fruit. I had not noticed this one around here. I love the way the black and white bring out the symmetric 6 leaves and 4 petals combination and then the symmetric dew drops add to that. Unique image. Love it.
Thank you, Kristina. Yes, but “bunchdrupes” is far less appealing a name. 🙂
🙂 ‘bunchdrupe’, that is a keeper! I’ve run in into a few of those.
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