A perfectly neat flower is always impressive. Most flowers have quirks, irregularities, bent petals or some other defect that renders them less than symmetrical or evenly balanced. This indigo anemone is outstandingly neat! Indigo appears between blue and violet in the rainbow. It gets its name from the indigo plant used to create the indigo dye. Purple grapes and blueberries are indigo. Think of the many shades of denim- sometimes being more blue and sometimes more violet.
Adjusted in Corel Paint Shop Pro.
Canon EOS REBEL T1i, Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55mm.
Location: Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (USA).
Season: spring, May 15th.
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