At first when I looked at this Gerber Daisy and saw how distorted it was I walked on by. Something tugged at my heart to take a second look and I realized that the flower was opened up on one side and would allow a unique vantage point to look right in and see all the complex details of the center of the flower from the side instead of shooting straight down. The overall shape of the flower seemed much more interesting also than the normal blossom. I also enjoyed being able to show the smaller new petals as they were emerging.
Just because you’re imperfect compared to everyone else doesn’t mean that you’re not perfect from just the right angle.