I love photos of green plants, detailed green leaves, and pretty much anything green, but sometimes it's fun to play with the colors, or go back to black and white (my first love in photography).
I love sepia-tone photos of any kind, vintage historical or modern. In this case, this is my brilliant yellow water canna, at it's flowering peak, with three blooms and numerous buds ready to pop. The sepia brings out its graceful lines.
Same broadleaf that was bright purple in the top photo - the sepia really shows off the texture of the leave, and the iris blades that come up to meet it.
Broadleaves from above, in a lighter sepia, showing the one iris blade that curled over and around it.