FOTD – January 31, 2022: African Cornflag Flowers

It’s Macro Monday and I love to find flowers in the park, like this African Cornflag. It seems unusual, but these cornflag flowers are actually considered naturalized for California (and bonus–they bloom in the winter). I am sharing for Cee’s photo challenge – Flower of the Day (FOTD).

Chasmanthe floribunda, also known as the African Cornflag, blooms in the winter in southern California; captured with 300mm DSLR lens.

African Cornflag garden in southern California; captured with 300mm DSLR lens.

Close-up of African Cornflag in bloom; captured with 300mm DSLR lens.

Published by Dawn Palmer

I am a professional proofreader (ProofreadingatDawn.com) and write a photography blog (PeacefulatDawn.com). In my free time, I love taking photos, admiring beautiful moments in nature, and I will often be out early in the morning or late in the evening trying to capture the peacefulness and beauty around me.

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