FOTD & CMMC – January 6, 2022: End-of-Season Plumbago

I can’t complain about the nice Southern California weather, but it is getting harder to find flowers in bloom. In fact, yesterday, the park’s gardener was in the midst of cutting down the rose bushes to “winterize” them; I just took photos of them other day: California Roses.

I did find these plumbago flowers, which look like they’re at the end of their season; captured with my 300mm DSLR lens for Cee’s photo challenge – Flower of the Day (FOTD). I thought these flowers had an interesting pattern, even the parts that were not quite flowering. I tried to go macro, and I am also using them for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge (CMMC) – Close-Up or Macro.

Plumbago at end of season in southern California; captured with 300mm DSLR lens.

Published by Dawn Palmer

I am an avid nature and ecology lover and enjoy sharing my photography in my blog writings. I will often be out early in the morning or late in the evening with my camera, trying to capture the peacefulness and beauty around me.

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