Photography 101 – Day Nineteen: Double & Rotation

There are many ways to interpret ‘double’ and just as many to interpret ‘rotation’. The other day, I visited the Amarillo Botanical Garden (ABG) looking for some willing subjects to photograph. Spring has not arrived yet so the outside garden was still dormant.

However, the Mary E. Bivins Tropical Conservatory at ABG provides a year-round tropical environment. That is where I found this double Chinese Lantern (Abutilon ‘Tiger Eye’).

Chinese Lantern (Abutilon 'Tiger Eye') , Amarillo Botanical GardenLook at the flower petals. Can you see them in rotation?

FYI – Next week, we pack up the RV and head 1500 miles East to Broadway, VA. We will be on the road for 6 days. I will be posting from places like Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Memphis and Bluff City, Tennessee; then Roanoke and Broadway, VA. I hope you come along for the trip.

Thanks for stopping by, y’all come back now.

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7 responses to “Photography 101 – Day Nineteen: Double & Rotation

  1. Have a safe trip Jerry, We are leaving Lakeland, Fl tomorrow heading north. spending a few days traveling to a camp near Odenville, Al.

  2. looking forward to seeing your road trip – be safe..

  3. I will certainly come along your trip – I love road trips!!! Enjoy and travel safe!

  4. Will look for more on your blog followed so I can come back great work

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