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I feel out of my comfort zone with this photo, preferring as I do indirect light and subjects that are, well, not flowers. But I felt the urge to document the sunny return of these morning glories in my yard. They arrive every spring, unbidden by any gardening urge. Eventually they are killed by the heat or insensitive grass-cutters.

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I feel out of my comfort zone with this photo, preferring as I do indirect light and subjects that are, well, not flowers. But I felt the urge to document the sunny return of these morning glories in my yard. They arrive every spring, unbidden by any gardening urge. Eventually they are killed by the heat or insensitive grass-cutters.

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Could inspire poetry
A little song for a new spring !! Clever B&W choice !
  • Mia
  • 16 Apr 2007, 02:35
I'm with Busola, this shot inspires poetry smile Its rare that spring shots that are B&W look this good. Kudos
Larry Bliss: Thank you all! I guess I should step outside of my comfort zone more often.
  • chris p
  • Heard the first cuckoo today!
  • 16 Apr 2007, 21:50
Different to our Morning Glories, but lovely flowers.
  • Ellie
  • 17 Apr 2007, 14:53
That's nice, it's hard to make a good mono picture of flowers, this one works very well.

Like Chris, these aren't what I'd recognise as Morning Glory .. ours are purple and a bit like bindweed.

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