Taking these photographs is usually enjoyable. It doesn't really count as work, because I'm on a day trip and having a great deal of fun. But when it comes to uploading them onto Zazzle, problems begin.
Like this one. Ember went through a mass of images, which I'd taken while bimbling through the gardens of Erddig, near Wrexham in Wales. She chose this one as a winner.
I came to upload it and paused. It might be an Erddig photograph, but the home isn't the subject. It's a purple flowered plant with a bee. All common decency dictated that I name it as such.
I'm no gardener. Flowers, in my world, are categorised as 'pretty' or 'very pretty', or 'lilies'. The latter reminds me too much of funerals, so are a bit too tainted with loss to be considered lovely.
I began a search on the internet, looking for British flowers, then Welsh flowers. I saw many which sort of looked like this one, but none which matched precisely. Then I came up and asked the good folk of Wizzley.
Did they come up trumps? Of course they did! After I'd spent a couple of hours fruitlessly searching, the lovely Kajohu came up with it the moment she logged on. And THAT is the only reason that this image is listed on Zazzle as Summer Lilac, aka Sweet Rocket, aka Dames Rocket, aka everything else that people commonly call Hesperis Matronalis.
Thank you, Kajohu!