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Crocosmia

This is the time when the crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ brings vibrant colour to our summer border.

En masse the impact is quite stunning.

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Poppy time

This view of our garden was taken through a rear window of the house  –  hence the interference of reflections in places and a consequent softening of the focus.  But, in particular, I wanted to capture the impact of the few vibrant splashes of red.  The poppies add a ‘zing’ to the scene.

But stay a little longer with an individual flower.  Marvel at the pattern at the heart of the flower.

Notice the nuances of colour as the petals reflect the sunlight.

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