Campanula (Bell Flower in plain English) is a large genus of garden plants. They are graceful, pretty plants but tend to be fragile. They grow to about eighteen inches in height but as the flowers come out they become a little top-heavy and are easy flattened by wind or rain.
My wife rescued a stem and installed it on the window cill of the downstairs loo – a window with frosted glass. I took a look at it and thought: that might make an interesting image. And I think it has. The background is a little busy admittedly, but the flowers are strong enough to stand out from it and I managed to find two flowers that provided an attractive balance.