This is a photograph of a patch of Erigeron karvinskianus – commonly known as Mexican Fleabane. These diminutive daisy-like flowers – from the Aster family – bloom white then turn pink. I really like them – they look really sweet drifting along stone steps and other dry areas – or strangely on a river bank which is where I found these. They have a very long flowering time – from May to October.
The direct sun really made the white flowers glow, making the image a suitable choice for a B&W conversion.