Light as a Feather
The petals of this peony seemed to be floating in the air.
DP170-2014 Posted June 19; processed ditto.
This variety, Lois Kelsey, has the most highly divided petals of any that are currently planted in the garden. Another unusual aspect is that single and semi-double blooms occur on the same plant.
You can be forgiven if you're getting tired of seeing only peony (and other flower) shots from me. Maybe today is the day the camera comes out of the bag again, weather permitting.
Peony Garden, Nichols Arboretum, Ann Arbor
Taken June 3, 2014
Title: Light as a Feather
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