Spiral in a Mallow

This is a photograph at fairly high magnification (about 8:1) of an annual Mallow flower, Lavatera trimestris. I photographed it today at Blake Garden, which is near my home, because I like the spiral inside the flower. I think it is well worth looking at larger.

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