Delphinium

Delphinium

Delphinium, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger.

It’s a miracle of floral abundancy that delphinium (also called larkspur) grow in my sheltered southwestern bed towards the end of December.

The general JPEG view of this image of the delphinium (above) doesn’t give you the idea of the level of detail and delicacy captured. You’d see this detail in a print. I’m showing an enlarged crop from the top of the flower; not quite as good as a physical print but it beats virtual nothing.

Detail, Delphinium

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