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Sunday, 17 July 2016

Favourite Blooms

Black and yellow pea flower

My 55mm - 250mm lens rarely gives me such smooth pretty bokeh as it has in this pea-flower shot. Most of the plant was in shadows and I had to carefully position everything to get the little sunbeam that was poking through. A moment later and the sunbeam was gone. 

Grevillia flower

This pink flower is fairly scrappy looking grevillea specimen but the birds just love it.

Grevillia flower and seed pods

Cream coloured grevillea's are much rarer then the reds and pinks. The seed pods are equally as decorative as the flowers themselves if you ask me.

hibiscus flower

Hibiscus flowers seem out of context amongst these other blooms and this isn't even a particularly good shot but the play of light appeals to me.

pomegranate flowers

The promise of pomegranates to come.

Purple pea flowers

I think the purple peas are looking at me. They have to be my second favourite flower after the black pea. Which flower is your favourite?


8 comments:

  1. What stunning flowers, we've nothing like that in our garden

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. But I bet you have some flowers I've never seen before.

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  2. Lovely photos. Such delicate blooms, you've captured them so well. #MySundayPhoto

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  3. Mother nature can truly be beautiful, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

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  4. They are beautiful....You have captured such amazing detail x

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  5. Pretty photos! I love bokeh on macro shots! The first one is my fave! Such character and goth colors! #mysundayphoto

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    1. It's that incredible in real life too, well accept for the bokeh.

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  6. so pretty and unique blossoms.

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