Red Anemone

Yesterday we decided it was time to do some spring planting so I would have flowers to photograph and so our garden would look pretty. We came home with a few bulbs, some poppy plants, and a red anemone. Of course, the first thing I wanted to do was to photograph a red anemone flower blooming on our small plant on my light box!

Red Anemone © Harold Davis

Anemones are named after the mythological Greek spirits of the wind, because of how nicely they bob around in a breeze.

If you love anemones as much as I do you might like to check out some of my other anemone photos. Here are some other anemone images of mine: An Amazing Amalgamation of Anemones; Anemone Fun; Anemones; Core of the Anemone; Anemone on Black; White Anemone; Anemone Japonica.

These images of course go back a number of years. You can see these and more via a keyword search for “anemone” on my blog!

This entry was posted in Flowers, Photography.

2 Comments

  1. Ron Paris February 27, 2018 at 3:31 pm #

    Harold,
    First, I own a number of your excellent books. I would not classify myself as a ‘flower guy’ but, boy, what you do to flowers is just amazing. Thanks,
    Ron

  2. Harold Davis February 27, 2018 at 3:59 pm #

    Hi Ron, thank you very much! Harold

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