I love the exotic vegetation in our yard, especially our backyard. Although the heat is pretty much killing a lot of the flowers, these two ‘blossoms’ happily thrive outside of our window. Unfortunately I am so ignorant of the vegetation I love, that I don’t even know the plant’s name. However I enjoy it tremendously. There is a Cyanotype print screaming to come out in this – somewhere. I really wanted to show the long stem of the flower some more, but would have had to cut some of the leaves, which i did not want to do.
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