Bit of Blue
For sale in spring or fall.
Photographers Note: This is what happens if you take photos of blue Iris or waterlilies and don't take the physics of light into account. You get a nice picture that's compleatly wrong. Trust me, this flower is much more blue, to the human eye. The problem is that it is not actually blue. It is near ultraviolet and the color you see here. Even though you can't see the ultraviolet, you can see the harmonics caused by other colors mixed with ultraviolet. Most films cannot see the ultraviolet, so they will give you pictures like this.
Photos Copyright by Robert David Strawn