Evening on My Balcony
View from My Balcony
September 4, 2016
I live a block away from the beach. When the sun rises above the eastern mountains, its rich yellow light illuminates the palms and apartments west of my place. In the fall, thick clouds from the inland valleys often obscure the morning sun. I was out on my balcony one cool morning in the approaching autumn, watering my Vietnamese mountain pitcher plants (Nepenthes geoffrayi, a relatively uncommon species of carnivorous plants) when the sun suddenly shone through the cloud cover. My Nikon, by chance, was still sitting on the desk, giving me time to take this picture before the clouds closed in once more.
Keywords: Carnivorous Plants, Morning, Nepenthes, Patterns, Pitcher Plant, Redondo Beach, Shadows, Southern California
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