Waxflowers

Waxflowers are small white flowers often used as filler for bouquets. These were included in a bouquet given to me for my birthday by my sister and brother-in-law. The tulip bouquet has since withered, but the waxflowers are still alive and pretty and sitting on my desk. Thank you, Todd and Laurie! And thank you, Ellen, for the beautiful dish!  (I used my son’s 60mm macro lens with the camera set at ISO400 and f/2.8.)

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