Morning and Evening Faces...H. 'Mohican Summer'

We all start out the day fresh and crisp - full of substance and saturation.  As the day matures, we melt.  And fade.  And start to sag in some unnecessary places.

These photos were taken nine hours apart on the same day and of the same bloom of H. 'Mohican Summer' (hopefully it is obvious that the photo on the left is the morning photo.)  By evening, the midribs have protruded and have been bleached by the sun.  The substance has thinned to almost transparent. 

I love this beefy daylily.  It's tall, sturdy and very masculine.



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