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 Comments

  1. quarksire September 3, 2016

    right oN! 🙂

    • Irene Tron September 3, 2016

      Thanks for taking the time to comment. 🙂

  2. Timelesslady August 27, 2016

    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.

    • Irene Tron August 27, 2016

      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. 🙂

  3. streetbiter August 26, 2016

    Really stunning!

    • Irene Tron August 26, 2016

      Thanks for taking the time to comment. Have a fun weekend. 🙂

  4. Love it Now August 26, 2016

    Amazing, really beautiful. Thank you🌞

    • Irene Tron August 26, 2016

      Thanks, Monika. God did it! 🙂

  5. Dahlia August 25, 2016

    Wow what a brilliant shot!

    • Irene Tron August 26, 2016

      Thanks, Dahlia. I love raindrops. 🙂

  6. cwaugh212 August 25, 2016

    This is definitely a different perspective on Crape Myrtle. Great photo (as usual).

    • Irene Tron August 26, 2016

      Thanks, Charles. Have a wonderful weekend. 🙂

  7. K@countingpenniesandsheep August 25, 2016

    What a beyond beautiful and delicate yet strong statement of a photo!!

    • Irene Tron August 25, 2016

      Thank you so much for such encouraging words. Raindrops are my favorite things to capture.

      Have a wonderful rest of the day. 🙂

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