A second, and very different shot of a dandelion – this one was taken on a very early morning walk, the sunlight was golden and at the perfect angle to light up the dandelion for me.
They may be considered a weed, but dandelions have very interesting flowers – especially when you strip away everything else and just focus on the shape of the petals.
I found this very small polyanthus growing in a garden. It’s only a few small centimetres across, but it’s perfectly formed.
It’s spring (well, pretty much) and therefore it’s time to post a daffodil photograph. This year’s is a close up in sepia, and whilst this isn’t necessarily obvious that this is a daffodil, I can assure you it is.
A very close up shot of a white lily, focusing on the end of the stamen – it wasn’t easy getting the focus right with such a shallow depth of field. This abstract macro shot of a lily stamen is[…]
Fuchsias are such interesting flowers to photograph – they’re all bright colours, and interesting shapes. Who could ask for more? Plus they’re tricky to spell.
A single, pale peach rose just as it starts to unfurl. This is another archive shot, taken from the summer of 2015.