It sure looks like a White Azalea Bloom doesn’t it? Had me going too until I got a whiff of the bloom. Instantly I knew it was a honeysuckle bloom. Azaleas have no smell. These blooms were on a single plant growing close the ground in a clearing of a wooded area here on the farm. The more typical honeysuckle is a vine and it won’t bloom until much later in the spring.
Nikon D90, 60mm, f/8, 1/80th, Spot Metering, Manual Exposure.
See you next time on most of this same site.