Lilac of the South

Uploaded: June 17, 2020 | Entered: June 17, 2020 13:09:32


Crepe Myrtle is called the "Lilac of the South" and it has always been one of my favorites. I love the showy blooms which are actually clusters of tiny beautiful, ruffled florets. These flowers symbolize love, beauty, longevity, good fortune, and they bloom when they are happy.

Exif: Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D810; Shutter Speed: 1/100; Aperture: f/1.0; ISO: 4000; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:06:16 21:26:30


Terry Cervi level-classic June 17, 2020

A gorgeous shot with beautiful color, Carol! #1741081

Terry Korpela level-deluxe June 18, 2020

Nicely Done Carol! #11811451

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