For Regenia

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© Lisa Starling
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Photo Info
UploadedAugust 15, 2009
TakenApril 1, 2006
Exposure1/250 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length9.3 mm
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I loved your picture, and it reminded me of this one I took when I lived in Florida several years ago. It is too cold for them here in GA and they are my favorite.
(I also thought it was sweet of you to dedicate pictures to your friends, so I thought you should have one too.) Thanks!

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  • Betty Maxey

    Betty Maxey   gave props (14 Aug 2009):

    Hey Lisa, this is a passion flower too......just a different color. Beautiful capture!!! Mine grow in Va, way north of growing season is somewhat shorter....but you'd be amazed how fast they grow , to 30-40 ft. Thanks for doing this for Regenia!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (14 Aug 2009):

    Thank you so much Lisa! This is so beautiful!!! I love your POV and the color is fantastic!!! I took mine in Georgia. It was taken near Savannah. I dug one up and brought it home but I think the heat killed it.

  • Lisa Starling

    Lisa Starling said (14 Aug 2009):

    I kept one alive for two years by bringing it in for the winter. The one year I was too lazy :) to bring it in, it died. :( Please let me know if there is a way to keep them alive during the winter. I would love another! Thanks for the wonderful comments!

  • Lynn H

    Lynn H (Deleted) gave props (14 Aug 2009):

    Lisa, this is so lovely! I just love how the flower "FLOWS" through the photo! Good job

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (8 Jul 2011):

    OMG! This is glorious. i've never seen anything like it.

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