One of the things I like about this photo is the lack of reference to where it is. It lets you to enjoy the plant itself. While trying to think of things to say about it I realized I don't have a clue what it is. So here is today's lesson (for me anyhow). If you take a photo of something it might be helpful to find out what it is. So when someone says "That's a real nice (insert name here). What type is it?" you don't have to say "Huh?". Where was it? On a shelf with a bunch of other plants and flowers. Probably had a big label on it saying what it was.
The exposure was 1/160th sec at f1.7 iso 100. The lens of course is the 50mm. If you see f1.7 you know it's the 50mm. I don't have another lens that opens that wide.