Sighhhhh… in looking thru photos in my library today I found this overlooked photo of a ladybug and a daisy. I fell in love immediately. Such a great photo with my readiness for Spring to arrive this year!
Cee’s challenge this week is so very appropriate! With autumn here and Halloween today there seems to be a lot of orange out there to share!
I have to admit that Cee does challenge me in her challenges. (repetitive, yes) So this one is about one single flower. If you follow my work you know that I have a LOT of one single flower photos. So I didn’t want to take one of my already done over photos for this challenge but picked out some new ones.
First off the block is one of my favorites. It is a double bloom gerbera daisy that I happened upon at Atwoods at home. It was on a single stem so it should qualify as a single flower, correct? I tried some photo manipulation but it just never looked like I think the flower should so I went with it in natural setting.
Second is one that is a bit on the monochrome side. It is a beautiful rose with colors so soft that you can’t visually always grab the vibrance of them.
Third one is a flower that I have no idea what it is. It was just pretty. The background was desaturated and I opened up the color on the flower.
Vermilion, according to Wikipedia, is an orange-red color. So here is my vermilion Gerbera daisy with a double bloom.
I have several flower photos that have what I call “usual” visitors – those insects that make flowers their frequent stops. Here are some of the photos! I presented them as a slideshow this time, which is unusual for me…
While roaming around Honor Heights Park yesterday I came upon this daisy occupied by a ladybug. When I took a look at the photo on my computer I fell in love with the light of the daisy against the shadow of the ladybug.