Morning Light

The picture window by my computer faces east. Thick trees on our neighbor’s property and an old strip pit hill block any view beyond.


The early sun creates patterns of light and shadow on the irises at the edge of my butterfly garden.


The shadows create abstract patterns..


Squint when looking at this flower. It enhances the design.


   This iris was just beginning to open yesterday when I was taking pictures of the irises above. I think I’ll name it the dramatic beauty.


I almost forgot I had this iris. What a beauty!


6 responses to this post.

  1. Loved the flowers, the patterns and the shapes, thank you.


  2. In addition to flowers I always enjoy the translucent beauty of sunlight filtering through the leaves this time of year.


  3. Posted by Therese Beavers on May 8, 2016 at 11:06 pm

    The irises are lovely anyway but the light makes them spectacular! Wow!


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