Day 16 Flowers and birds

Day 16 Flowers and birds

Day 16 
Today while out for my Wednesday walk at High Park, Cathy and I saw a beautiful cardinal. It was bright red so we knew it was the male, and not far off was the more brown coloured female. Later walking home from the Junction I met a woman who was carrying her shopping home from Freshco and I could see, sticking out of her grocery bag, a bunch of flowers. I of course, had to stop and comment on what a good idea it was to buy flowers, and she said she couldn't resist adding some colour to such a grey day. 
I found this flower sculpture at High Park, which is cool because I don't know if I could have found a real flower to take a picture of. Your photo challenge for today is take a picture of a flower. Good luck, this may be the most challenging photo prompt yet.

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