“Humans do artificial things
But nature always hits back naturally !!!”
― Akshay Shinde
I decided to give this one the studio treatment, to show all the complex textures apart from the ‘clump’ growing in my front garden.
The Wood Anemone is a native plant and through a natural process, ended up growing my gardens. I enjoyed watching it flower a few years ago, till it started taking over the entire flower bed. The next year, I waited for the bloom and then pulled them all out, their time in my garden being past. Yet, nature is not to be daunted, and the few root fragments that I missed took hold once more and I have two large clumps flowering away.
I’ve resigned to pulling just a single clump out this year, leaving the other for another season. At the very least, the beautiful white flowers are a pleasure to look at and have now provided me more photography material.
Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 (272ENII)@90mm
0.5 sec, f/32.0 ISO 400
High Resolution image on 500px
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