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Let it rain! (photo tip)

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Further expounding on my original article with photography tips, here are more examples of how cool blooms look when they’re wet.

In southern California, fall brings dew, some spritzing sprinkles, and the occasional shower. I’ve found that this natural water looks better then if you spray them with a hose. So take advantage of the cool photo op.

Here are some photos after a light, overnight rain here in San Diego this week:

Corona Surprise

Corona Surprise

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Evalani

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Sundance

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Corona Surprise

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Royal Hawaiian

Makanani

Makanani

India

India

Celeadine

Celeadine

Grapette seedling

Grapette seedling

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Double Delight

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Mardi Gras

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Corona Surprise

 

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Mike Atkinson

Mike AtkinsonMike and his wife Stacy have been growing plumerias in San Diego's east county for almost 20 years. Mike coordinates public relations for the Southern California Plumeria Society. He has addressed groups all over southern California about growing plumerias. He is also an admin for the Plumeria Addicts Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Plumeriaaddicts/View all posts by Mike Atkinson →