Beneath the Dahlia

We are trained to view flowers by looking down at them. Or, on occasion, at the level of the flower—for example, when smelling a rose climber.

It’s amazing to me what a different view there is from beneath a flower. For example, this rear view of a dahlia in my garden shows the true transparency and elegance of the flower glistening with water and sunshine early in the morning.

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