To the naked eye, this flower appears canary yellow. I moved the plant around and allowed the bright sunlight to move across and through the petals, then I started to see they were actually made up of many colours. I didn’t achieve this sunset range with vibrancies, not saturations, they were all hiding in the contrasts and brightness. As I continued to peel away the layers of darkness and over-exposure, these sunset oranges emerged. I imagine I could separate them even further to pull out more reds and even see what’s living within the greens.

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