White Daisy

March 25, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to my blog.  I didn't post last week as I was at a photography workshop in Iceland.  It was very cold, windy, rainy and snowy.  Even though this was not ideal weather for photography, I still got some good shots.  I don't post any of my landscape shots at the moment but will sometime in the future.  

This week, I wanted to post one of the indoor shots that I took of this white daisy.  When it is winter in Estes Park, I buy flowers from a local florist, take them home, and photograph them there.  I love how the light shines through the petals on this particular image.  The daisy looks so "dreamy" and soft.  

Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend,

Diane

White Daisy MumWhite Daisy MumWhite daisy close-up shot that fills the entire frame. Leucanthemum vulgar, the ox-eye daisy or oxeye daisy, is a widespread flowering plant native to Europe and the temperate regions of Asia and an introduced plant to North America, Australia and New Zealand. It is one of a number of family Asteraceae plants to be called a "daisy", and has the additional vernacular names common daisy, dog daisy and moon daisy. Leucanthemum vulgar is a perennial herb one to 3 feet high by 1 foot wide. L. vulgar blooms from late spring to autumn.


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