I really need my micro-moment images in the fantastic overwhelm of spring to find specific geometries and patterns that at any bigger scale are impossibly intricate and complicated. Having watched this azalea from last fall and through the winter, I am fixated on the offset branches that give every bloom an equal access to light. The leaves have an even more intricate geometry, spiraling out at 137 degrees (is that it!? golden ratio?) so as not to overlap each other. Love.