Saturday, January 14, 2012

Morning Glory



Morning Glory ‘Heavenly Blue’
Ipomoea tricolor
(ip-oh-MEE-uh) (TRY-kull-lur)

Even though many people consider the Morning Glory vine to be a pest I think it is a great plant to have in the garden. This white one has grown from seed the last five years and has steadily become more and more beautiful. Its getting to the point where I may start pinching it a little more and remove a few of the seedlings.

The composition is a little different than most of my photographs. I have found the front of the morning glory flower to be difficult to photograph so I switched to the back. The gentle striping and luscious curves were enchanting.

This is a link to Today’sFlowers. I really hope it doesn’t throw the formatting off. Sunday means a bonus snapshot. This week it is a Wax Begonia.


Wax Begonia
Begonia x semperflorens-cultorum
(be-GON-yuh) (sem-per-FLOR-enz kul-TOR-um)
Synonym: Fibrous Rooted Begonia

6 comments:

Digital Flower Pictures said...

I know its Saturday but I don't think I will be able to post tomorrow.

Janet, The Queen of Seaford said...

Love the photo from the back! Lovely.

kanak7 said...

Very nice photo of the Morning Glory. And the wax begonia is beautiful!

Denise said...

Wonderful! Thanks for sharing with Today's Flowers.

SandyCarlson said...

Damn. You do it like nobody. What a photo.

Arija said...

Both shots are so beautifully framed and each presents a totally different mood.