African Daisy

Julian and I got some plants last weekend including this African Daisy. As an aside, I said to Phyllis, “I bet you didn’t know that I garden to photograph.”

She replied, “I had a hunch.”

So I can’t wait to see the flowers from the spectacular Pincushion plant (Leucospermum ‘Scarlet Ribbons’) Julian and I bought.

Anyhow, once I’d planted this African Daisy, originally from South Africa, but now naturalized in the Western United States, and seemingly happy in our garden, I photographed it. Handheld, using my Lensbaby and macro lens, with the “sweet spot” aligned around the center of the flower.

Here are a couple of other recent Lensbaby photos:

Pistil Heart

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Alone

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