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Those red and blue violet flowers start to lose interest after a few years of appreciation, and we have a photographer who takes too much interest in shifting our focus to them.
Craig Burrows uses ultraviolet filters and walks into the complete darkness of his garden to capture the variation of colors and tones that flowers experience under fluorescent effects.
Every time the sun touches them, they change pigment in response and the result resembles a psychedelic and Tibetan journey into the spiritual world.
Then the invisible lights and colors of the floral world.