The sun cooperated with the plans of two photographers on a late summer morning in Foster Park. It stayed behind some clouds, reducing the chance that petals would blur under its gaze. Magnificent canna lilies were center stage with only a few elephant ears competing for attention, while the rest of the foliage, content with climbing fenceposts or grazing the ground, remained in the background for the benefit of their taller brothers and sisters. But these will only last a little while, and soon bulbs will be dug up to rest during the winter. I will let the camera write the captions this time: it deserves most of the credit.