When I was photographing the day lilies, I realized that the inside structure looks decidedly like some of the sandstone slot canyons of the west. Perhaps a stretch of my imagination but fascinating.
Strange that I never noticed the crenulation of three of the petals prior to this year. That happens when you pull out the camera and really look.
Growing along the highways of northern New Mexico is a wide variety of wildflowers at this point, including the sunflower. I love this particular tangle accompanied by some sky drama.
The group below seemed particularly friendly.
until next Monday,
a passion for the image