Flower (Probably), Kubota Garden
I spent this morning photographing with some friends at Seattle’s Kubota Garden. I was unexcited about making the usual fall-color shots, so I brought just my 100mm macro lens and left it at f/2.8 most of the time. I made lots of these color-field abstracts. This one catches my eye now. It was probably a late-season flower against green leaves. I don’t know why the red has that boundary line, but I like it.