While downtown yesterday evening, I saw a bush full of these flowers. I am not sure what they are, but the bush had white on one side and pink ones on the other. It was far too windy to photograph them then, so I waited it out for a better time. This morning I woke up to virtually no wind, so I grabbed the camera and ran out for a shot. This is a white version of the flower, and the way it was nested in the shadow screamed black and white to me. I mounted my 105mm macro lens, set my composition and then locked it down on the tripod. Took a few shots at a couple of different apertures, using Live View to check my depth of field.Exposure was 1/50, f/11 @ ISO400. Color processed in Lightroom, ported into Photoshop for some blending work on the background and then converted to B&W using Silver Efex Pro 2.