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A pansy in our garden basking in the afternoon sunshine and having the appearance of being cradled by the other pansies surrounding it. We don’t get all that much sunshine here, in the North-East of England, so it hopefully enjoyed its little siesta!
The flower has been rotated from its natural orientation when viewed from above late in the morning until early afternoon, when the sun is overhead. Earlier and later in the day, it faces south, when it receives dappled sunlight through the gaps in the stonework of our garden wall.
It appears in its original oritnetation in my “Riot of Colour Spring Flowers Collage” elsewhere in my portfolio.
I dedicate this picture to my friend, Carol, (albertsville), who shares my great love of these cute little flowers.
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