'He Loves Me............'
(Do you get it? I mean the title?)
Sometimes an image is more interesting when the subject is not perfect or it is different than what you'd expect to see, like a repetitive pattern that is broken. Imagine a row of blue beach umbrellas, perfectly spaced and lined up along a beautiful beach. That would be lovely, but it would be more interesting if just one umbrella, maybe a bright yellow one, broke the pattern and stood out in the middle of the blue ones.
I think that most photographers would be more inclined to take a picture of a 'perfect' flower rather than one that was damaged or had some of the petals missing. In the above image, I think the flower in focus, the main subject, is more interesting with just one petal missing. (No I didn't pull it off before taking this shot, but I might have if I'd thought of it!!) Does it bother you that the flower, as the main subject, is not perfect?