I took this photo on a walk Thanksgiving morning. It had rained overnight. While this flower looks exotic, it is used commonly in gardens and yards here in Southern California. Please visit my website: www.hawaiiartplus.com

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Ginger Lovellette 04 Sep 2014

Wow! Love this!

Artist Reply: Ginger, thanks once again. I am told this flower is from South Africa but it is used often in gardens here in Southern California, and I know the climate is similar. In some water drops like this, one can see their reflection...upside down!!

John Michael Endicott 03 Feb 2010

Another wonderful picture. Love the rain droplets on the petals.

Artist Reply: YES, THIS PHOTO STILL AMAZES ME! SAW IT AT THE RIGHT MOMENT AND HAD THE CAMERA WITH ME.

Mary Janosik 09 Nov 2009

I prefer this natural beauty to the abstract. Wondeful presentation, Jerome!!

Artist Reply: THANKS, MARY! THIS PHOTO STILL AMAZES ME!

Laurel Talabere 06 Apr 2009

Hi Jerome, Thanks for your feedback on my Galapagos sealions. I was reviewing your gallery and came across this incredible photo. Beautiful colors, great lighting. Laurel.

Artist Reply: Many thanks, Laurel.

Paul Gravel 27 Feb 2009

Beautiful shot Jerome, the light, color and water give it a surreal look