pitching waves of color


gorman, ca 2003

It's not easy to see over the internet but if you look carefully in the close up you'll see the black-maroon dots of the jewel flower. Very unusual color for a wildflower. Because this top-heavy flower sits atop long spindly stalks that swing with the slightest breeze, I've rarely been able to photograph them with the long exposures required for landscapes.

Canon T-90, canon 50mm3.5/polarizer, velvia

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pitching waves of colorful wildflowers, rarely photographed jewel flower
jewel flower, desert wildflower photo