Reflections on a Crape Myrtle

Raindrop reflections on a crape (or crepe) myrtle.

Raindrop on a Crape Myrtle
Raindrop on a Crape Myrtle

Crape myrtles are everywhere in Texas.  Living in Indiana, they are so rare that I have never seen one where we now live.  I traveled to Texas for this shot of a raindrop on a pink crape myrtle.

Photo Challenge – Rare

©2016 Irene Tron

14 thoughts on “Reflections on a Crape Myrtle

  1. Timelesslady

    Really beautiful. I have a crape myrtle, it grows fairly well here in NJ. Not like the ones my grandparents grew in VA. That little distance south makes a HUGE difference in the size of crape myrtles. Love the photograph…stunning.

    1. Irene Tron

      Hi there and thanks for dropping by to comment. Crape myrtles are so abundant in Texas that I never realized how much I would miss their colorful blossoms until we moved to Indiana. I may have to try growing one here.

      Have a great week. 🙂