Friday flowers…inside

Posted: March 2, 2018 in flowers
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copyright janet m. webb

Comments
  1. Sisir Ghosh says:

    The photograph is wonderfully taken.

  2. Hammad Rais says:

    Amazing one this is 🙂

  3. That is gorgeous – just like a silk tent of a haram in an old Hollywood tradition. (We do get all our best ideas from nature?)

  4. Ally Bean says:

    Love that shade of orange. Nature does the color orange better than anything created by man. Wonderful photo.

    • Thanks very much, Ally. We once had a squash plant that had huge flowers this color. It never produced squash for some reason, but the flowers were worth it. 🙂

      janet

  5. Dan Antion says:

    I really like the angle 🙂

  6. Love the perspective and feeling like I’m under the canopy of trumpets!

  7. Gorgeous Detura. Wow great backlight

  8. Jet Eliot says:

    Wonderfully intimate view of what I think is a datura. Great photo, Janet.

  9. belocchio says:

    Utterly wicked and completely magnificent. Datura! It is indeed the “devil’s trumpet.” Shouting out it’s look-at-me- glory and enticing you with its heady fragrance. I do admire it in other people’s garden, but we have young children who visit and it I know it is dangerous. Your photograph is beautiful. Thank you Janet. XXX Virginia

    • I had no idea what it was or that it was dangerous, Virginia. We were walking around a lovely little German town when I saw this and had to take a photo. It looks much too beautiful to be called “devil’s trumpet.” 🙂

      • belocchio says:

        The first time I saw this plant it lined the walkway to a private home. At least a dozen plants on each side. They were about six feet tall and THEY WERE SPECTACULAR. They grow well here on the West Coast. Again, thank you for the beautiful photograph Janet. Cheers Virginia

  10. Allan G. Smorra says:

    Nice use of color, Janet.
    Ω

  11. Su Leslie says:

    Lovely light in this shot Janet 😀

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