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Something about the other side of the chain-link fence seemed to be calling to this morning glory, even though it was being nurtured within a community organic garden. (Olympus E-510 & Zuiko 35mm macro, f/7.1, 1/80 sec, ISO 100, overcast, handheld)

Featured in RedBubble Explore, 7 Day Popular Art, Design & Photography (November 2013)

Top 10 in “A sideways look at wire’” challenge in Country Gardens Come Grow With Us group (March 2014)

Featured in Blooms – All Seasons Flowers (24 November 2013)

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  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...about 1 year ago

    Something about the other side of the chain-link fence seemed to be calling to this morning glory.

    JOSEPHMAZZUCCOabout 1 year ago

    wonderful antithesis in this juxtaposition Celeste.. the morning glory is gorgeous!

  • Thanks very much, Joseph! I was attracted to the contrast of nature and man-made, especially because morning glories are a favorite subject for me.

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenabout 1 year ago

    Excellent contrast with the man-made chain wire fence the natural flower.

  • Thank you, Warren! The contrast also appealed to me when I spotted the flower trying to break out. :)

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watsonabout 1 year ago

    Beautifully framed and colours.

  • Thanks very much, Joy. I love the intense blue of morning glories like this one.

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Bette Devine
    Bette Devineabout 1 year ago

    Such a gloriously blue creature was born to be free!

  • Many thanks, Bette! This one was definitely trying to make her way out of the garden (a community garden, mostly vegetables and some flowers).

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • KatMagic Photography
    KatMagic Photo...about 1 year ago

    Just lovely, Celeste!

  • Thanks very much, Katherine!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Lynn Gedeon
    Lynn Gedeonabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • fauselr
    fauselrabout 1 year ago


  • Thank you, Ray!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Anita Pollak
    Anita Pollakabout 1 year ago

    What a perfect title for this wonderful, well-seen capture, Celeste, and such a study in contrasts! I love the lighting on the beautiful flower and the contrast between the well-detailed rust on the fence and the soft stem crossing behind it!

  • This bright little flower was impossible to ignore, as she was unknowingly creating a concept piece that just needed a photographer to capture it. :) Thank you, Anita, for your lovely comment.

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Heloisa Castro
    Heloisa Castroabout 1 year ago

    great work!!!

  • Thanks very much, Heloisa!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

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