owls clover with monolopia


tehachapi foothills 1992

A member of the figwort family, the magenta-colored Owls Clover isn't really a clover but a semi-parasitic plant that's partially dependant on the roots of others.

I arranged this foreground Owls Clover with a striking contrast of Monolopia behind it. Look closely on the closeup and you'll find more Monolopia on top of the hill.

Canon F1, vivitar 17mm3.5/skyfilter, f-11, velvia

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