Lotus seedpod double faces

Owed To Nature

Boston, United States

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Early September 2012 and lotus blossoms at Great Meadows have dropped their ethereal petals for the development of seedpods. Starting slender and bright green when petals first drop, they grow in size and turn brown as they mature creating fanciful shapes and faces for swaying in the breeze and encouraging imagination.

Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Concord, Massachusetts USA
Canon EOS 40D with Canon EF100-400 f/4.5-5.6L IS USM lens
Focal length 400mm, Exposure 1/80 sec at f/5.6, ISO 100
Manfrotto 190CX3 tripod with Arcatech ballhead

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