This image is being posted to participate in a project by a fellow photographer that he has titled: Blown Away.
This image has overexposed highlights along the upper edge of the pink blossom as well as the upper part of the stem where it is attached.
Try as I might with Photoshop, I wasn't able to "fix" this problem, which could have been avoided when originally taking the picture.
The image was darker originally, and any lightening that I attempted to do in the post processing only made the over exposed part more predominate.
I have been trying to make a practice of bracketing exposures when shooting the images so I can study the differences.
One thing about overexposed areas - the camera picks up no details whatsoever, and any attempt to gain them in post processing is useless - they are just not there. Better to underexpose in this instance so when the image is lightened, there will be some details to work with.