Purple Passion

© James R. Jackson

Purple Passion

Uploaded: March 03, 2004

Description

This is a shot of a passion flower bloom taken in my home state of Alabama in June 2003. I grew up calling this plant a "may pop," a common name for it in Alabama, where it grows as and like a weed. The "may pop" may have come from the fact that the fruit of the plant (a green egg-shaped pod) may POP if you smash it hard and fast enough with your hand and or foot. We also ate the ripened fruit later in the year. Auto settings; tripod; flash.

Comments

Robin L. Wehrman March 03, 2004

Excellent shot, nice detail James!! #103180

Kathleen R. Struckle March 03, 2004

Just beautiful,great detail& color. Kathy S. #406389

James R. Jackson March 03, 2004

Robin and Kathy, thanks for the kind words. Happy shooting! Jay
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