On the first sunny morning after a week of rain, I headed out to the garden to get started on the fall cleanup. With the soil still soggy, I could pull out the remains of my beans and tomatoes and wrestle out some of the toughest weeds. I noticed I wasn’t the only one hard at work, though. There’s not much left in flower, but the bumble bees and butterflies were clamoring for position on the passionflower vines. I watched one bee weave in and out of the petals in a frenzy, covering itself with pollen. I understood completely! Passionflowers are among my favorite flowers to photograph—their complexity and color draw my eye and challenge me to capture their sensuous appeal. Like the bumble bees, I can’t get enough of them. But I’ve finally finished a series of prints of passionflowers on nine different colors that I’m releasing as an unlimited edition. It should keep my appetite in check till next year.