Satsuki Azaleas

James Brotherton

Mount Jackson, United States

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Satsuki azaleas have a diverse range of flower forms and color patterns with multiple patterns often appearing on a single plant. Satsuki bloom from May to June; the name “Satsuki” in Japanese is reference to their blooming period, the fifth month of the Asian lunar calendar.
3 exposures, merged and tone mapped with Photomatix Pro

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