Macrophotography / Microphotography of Flowers & Parts of Flowers; Macrophotographic Images of Flowers
Macrophotography / Microphotography of Flowers & Parts of Flowers
Macrophotography provides us with a whole new method to enjoy the amazing world that we live in. It allows us to view a world that we cannot see with the naked eye, and it gives us the time to study and observe each and every nuance.
The diagram below indicates the different flower parts that will be discussed or referenced in this article.
Flowers have so many different, unique and interesting details.
Macrophotography of flowers magically brings these details to our attention and places them in an image that we can analyze and enjoy. And flowers give us so much to enjoy – from their brightly colored petals to their small grains of pollen.
As you view the set of flowers below, observe how the colors blend into each other. Be amazed as you look at the individual pollen grains. Also look at the furry textures that are represented in the images of these pictures.
When looking at this set of flowers, take time to look at the textures and colors that are unique to each flower.
This set of images provides a close-up of flowers in all their glory. Take time to study each image, noticing the reflections in the drops of water, the shape of individual pollen grains, and the delicate flower parts that are featured in this group of photographs.
The flower images below were provided for viewing more closely. By clicking on the image, a larger image will be provided for you to view the flower more closely. Enjoy the journey!
The the flower of the wondering Wandering Jew featured below is viewed in all of its glory. Notice the striations on the stamens.
The dandelion below exhibits with amazing clarity both hard and soft textures. Notice the holes left behind when the little parachuted seed is released for dispersion. Notice also the barbs at the base off the parachute where the seed is encased, helping it to catch and attach once it has landed somewhere.
In conclusion ... Macrophotograpy of Flowers
This completes our macrophotography of flowers. Macrophotography opens up a whole new door in the world of flowers - a world of colors, textures and beauty.
I hope you have enjoyed this journey through macrophotography and will join me again:
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