Queen Mary's Gardens in Regent's Park has a large section devoted to delphinium plants. They range in color from white to deep purple, with pink, salmon and blue in between. Many grow over five feet tall. The challenge in photographing them was the thick wooden stakes holding up every plant, sometimes two to a plant. My goal was to come up with a photo without a stake (or several) showing, but every shot I took came out with the light-colored wood stakes prominently displayed. I do not use editing software such as Photoshop, because I want the photos to look as close as possible to what I saw when I was taking them. So it came down to finding a portion of a shot that had enough of the details of the young plant and the perspective of the mature plant in the background to give an idea of how unique and beautiful these plants are.