A couple months ago, Cathy and I headed to the Nantou Flower Festival in Puli only to find that we arrived far too early. Despite news on websites clamoring about festival’s grand commencement, when we arrived work crews were still planting flowers and the “flower sea” was completely barren. The most noteworthy section was a small plot of land devoted to Dahlias.
These photographs have been sitting on my computer for quite some time now. I’ve toyed with processing them from time to time but have usually given up due to being unhappy with the results. This morning, I tried again and am finally delighted with the outcome. I hope you are too.