Close-up topside and underside views of a Daisy after the rain. Whites show detail best in photographs when the sky is overcast and lighting is uniform. In such a setting both the highlights and shadows of white subjects are able to present their particulars.
This Daisy was recently planted in a large pot by our front door, within reach of rainfall so that this gardener can use less hosed water. There was no tag on it when purchased but my thought is that it is the popular perennial Shasta Daisy and not the OxEye Daisy.