Tropaeolum

Commonly known as nasturtium, has many uses in the garden and kitchen, but can also be a beauty for the camera.





Comments

Donna@GWGT said…
I like the high key look. They look great.
PlantPostings said…
Those are incredible views of one of my favorite blooms! I especially like the realism and the immediacy of the first photo.
lula said…
Thanks Donna, no image manipulation here, pure use of light
lula said…
I used macro and natural backlight to explore the real power of the flower
jeansgarden said…
Wonderful views of the nasturtium blossom, Lula! -Jean
I love that first one!
lula said…
Thanks Jean, and they are so delicious!!
lula said…
Thanks Cindy, it was an exploration of the flower
I love your photos of the beans, they really give the feeling of unfolding, such inspirational photography. And I have never grown okra, never knew it had such a beautiful flower. I'm not sure it would work in my climate, but I'm inspired to try.
lula said…
Thanks for your visit and comment. You should try okra and you'll love it all! If you live in California, okras will do perfect there as they need a of sun and heat.