Saturday, November 19, 2011

11.18.11

11.18.11 by colemama
11.18.11, a photo by colemama on Flickr.

Filament and elongated anthers on this spider lily flower provide perpendicular T-formations. Coming to a crossroads against the plastered cement wall, there are few alternatives. Sometimes hitting that 'wall' can limit growth opportunities, but somehow we must prevail. Creative thinking, collaboration, and open attitudes can make a difference. Lorenzo Walker campus, Naples, FL

1 comment:

  1. What an interestig flower. Great focus on those anthers!

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