Description: Plants of the genus Cuphea range from the Midwest into South America and are important nectar sources for hummingbirds. Many are cultivated as decorative garden plants and are quite useful for attracting hummingbirds. I photographed Cuphea x purpurea which is a hybrid of Cuphea procumbens and C. llavea. The Mexican species Cuphea llavea is the true bat faced Cupohea and gives this hybrid the flower morphology and resemblence to a bat.
Specific Feedback Requested: D500 200mm f4 Micro (1/4 sec. at f32, ISO 640) Levels, Topaz DeNoise, Dust spot removal, slight bump up of shadows and slight + tweak in Brightness & Contrast. I cropped some from the LH side for composition.
Is this a composite?