Chilean Rhubarb (Gunnera manicata) grows in the Botanic Garden here in Cambridge. The leaves are huge, maybe a metre (three feet) across.
It grows by a small stream near the Trumpington Road entrance to the Gardens.
A couple of days ago the leaves were all cut down and stacked in piles like this. They were blue rather than the green when they are growing. I wonder whether there is some changed in the acidity that causes it?
I have eclectic tastes in photographic subjects and this looked appealing.
I rarely know whether I will actually like the shot until I see it printed (or on the website). Actually, if it is a human face or an animal, then I often do know that I will want to print it.
But for other things, it is up in the air until I see it as a photo.
I wonder how many photographers think similarly?