Salvia farinacea

My understanding is that this is also known as mealycup sage.

This photo was taken at The Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney.

I was trying to capture the bee more than the plant, but I think I managed to do an alright job of capturing the plant.

I like how the detail came through, as well as the colour. I think that the flowers feel vivid without being overbearing. I also like how the bee is also quite clear and how it is interacting with one of the petals at this particular moment.

I hope you enjoy.

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