One of the things I like about photography is shooting something that’s new to you — and taking the opportunity to learn about it. Today was a good example.
While I’ve admired delphinium flowers in books, I’d never photographed them. It then put me on a path of researching the difference in a delphinium (also known as larkspur) and a foxglove. (If I’ve gotten it wrong, somebody please let me know!)
Delphinium is such a pretty flower with these different shades of blue, and it was interesting that some of the individual flowers had fully bloomed, others were in the process, and still others were tight buds.
What will you photograph new tomorrow??!
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