Flowerception Flowerception by Sudipto Sarkar is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Another beautiful flower in the colors garden in Ramoji… Well, I got the new monitor yesterday morning. Turns out, it has a few settings. Why on earth they’d add different settings for a color corrected monitor is beyond me. I admit, I’m not good at those. The colors on the Mac look slightly different from those on the screen. On all the modes. 🙁 I spent the entire day yesterday and half the day today trying to figure this thing out… Well, the Game mode is close (at least for this photo). And my posting program kept failing for this photo. Probably because of an embedded thumbnail or something. So, I’m posting this the old school way. From the blogger website… EXIF Info Exposure f/5.6 1/2500 sec ISO 800 Focal Length in 35mm 450 mm Date taken 2017:07:29 12:38:10 Camera NIKON D3200 Spread the love Tweet Post navigation Cactus FlowerTwin flowers 14 Comments This is called Vaada Malli ..the Jasmin that does not fade No smell but a beauty to look at!Gomphrena Globohosa..Globe amaranth or Bachelor button 🙂Devi 🙂 Reply Well, you're pretty much an encyclopedia when it comes to flowers, Devi… 🙂 Reply Beautiful! Tech is no fun sometimes hope you figure things out soon Reply Absolutely, Christine… 🙂 Mostly when it's someone else's code… 🙂Thanks… Reply Ton bokeh est remarquableJO Reply Merci, JP… 🙂 Reply Ugh, technology!!I hope you get it all worked out soon, Sudipto.This flower…it is called a snow-capped lavender (even though it does not look snow-capped or anything like lavender!). I have some in a planter near one of my entryways. It reminds me a bit of a strawflower, and it really is very beautiful.I love this photograph.Have a wonderful week ahead! Reply Well, pretty sure those grow in a lot colder climates… It's ungodly hot here… 😀 You have a wonderful week too, Lisa… Thanks for visiting… 🙂 Reply A gorgeous and unique flower with awesome colors!! Reply Thanks Steven… 🙂 Reply A gorgeous image of this blossom. Nice bokeh, too. Reply Thanks Steve… 🙂 Reply Sometimes going through any kind of change just about does us in, Sudipto, right??? Ugh. But knowing us all, you'll get used to it before you know it. Reply Indeed, Ginnie… Change is tough… Thankfully, only in the beginning… 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.