As summer-like heat arrives in South Florida, the photogenic Desert Roses (much featured in earlier Fresh PhotoPic posts) are blooming anew. Photographed in Coral Springs, Florida, May 1, 2014. Higher resolution versions of this photo can be viewed at 500px.com.
Love the composition of this photo, Kenn, though to my eye it’s unique. And the depth of field is beautiful, especially where it’s dark just behind that beautiful bud! Wonderful photo!
Thank you, Mary—I got lucky on this one. Thank you, too, for your very kind (and very generous) reactions to my work in general. I’m both flattered and humbled.
OH good grief, be still my heart. This flower has gone and stolen it, Ken. Wow. Magnificent color and shot!!! Now I have to go run after my heart to bring it back. (smile) Love, Amy
You are too kind, Amy, with a heart too big and generous to lose. Thank you, my friend!
Kenn, how you did make me smile. What a glorious thing to say and OH how you made my day all the better!!! Thank you!! (((HUGS))) Amy
Kenn, I have tried to “like” every post since the food wagon without success. I get a pop-up, “Automatic, Inc. [US]. What the heck? And, the email thing shows at the bottom of the comment space. ?? I like the Desert Rose! Nice framing!
Sounds like you may be logged out of your WordPress account when trying to like a post, but please don’t fret, George—I feel the positive cyber vibes regardless. As always, thank you, my friend! 🙂
You know, I think you might be right. I’ve had that happen before. I am logged in since I am posting on my blog and commenting on others. It’s a mystery! Afflicts only the elderly… Mad Cow, no doubt. Thanks, Kenn!
Such a beautiful flower, Kenn, and such a gorgeous color.
Thank you, Lisa. Desert Roses are like the fashion models of my front yard—they never fail to photograph well.
Thank you, my friend!
I love the raindrops on flowers…very nice , love it!
Thank you, Ayse! 🙂