-Pedals pointing downward
-Small, brown pistil projecting upward (about 1 cm in width)
-Present in bunches
-Low to the ground
-Relatively small flower
-Lighting is brighter on the two outside pictures
-Saturation on the top figure, on the left images
-Pedals point downward in order to reach more sunlight for photosynthesis
-Grow in bunches to provide protection or nutrients to each other
-Grows low to the ground to require less maintenance and receive more shade during the day
The figure that was observed contained four pictures of a species of yellow flower. Three of the four images were individual pictures of a flower and the last picture was a bunch of the yellow flowers that were growing close to the ground. The yellow flowers had a brown pistil that projected upward, followed by the bright yellow pedals that pointed downward. I believe that this orientation was to make it easier for the flower to receive sunlight to perform photosynthesis. This species of flower was pictured growing in bunches, close to the ground. I believe that the clustered growth was beneficial to the flower in order to provide protection and nutrients to one another. The low growth could be advantageous because it allows the flower to require less maintenance and receive shade during the day.
The lighting on the left picture seems to be brighter than the other pictures in the figure. It does not look like any filters were used to enhance the pictures. A ruler was used in the picture in the middle left in order to show a scale as to how large the yellow flowers typically are. They are relatively small of about a couple inches. All if the pictures in the figure were taken at different angles, such as straight on or from the side.