This coneflower triptych is composed of three photographs of a single blossom taken at different times on the same day to show how morning, midday, and late afternoon light affects a single subject. The Echinacea is a perennial plant which, because of its drought resistance, is popular in dryer areas. It can often be found growing wild, but is also cultivated in gardens because of its long blooming season (early to late summer) and showy, cone shaped flowers with a spiny center.
Image is also available in black and white in my Black and White and Flower galleries.
Featured: The Light Painters
February 17th, 2014
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