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Inside A Tulip

By kaybee  
I am sure I have said it before, but the Tulip has to be once of the most photogenic of flowers.
From emerging leaves, to bud, through flowering to losing its petals, its changing shapes and colours are always worth shooting.
Whether they be singular, in displays in a vase or in vast swathes in parks and fields they never fail you.
From wide angle to macro there is always a shot to be had.
Today's offering is the macro end of the lens choice when the flower is considered 'dead' and only fit for the compost heap by the non photographers of the world and shows the section of the flower that most ignore - the reproductive organs and why they are described as 'male' and 'female'.

Tags: Flowers General Macro and close up

Voters: smut01, Robert51, woolybill1 and 17 more

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Robert51 12 7 123 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2021 8:17AM
Stunning set of images. The detail, colour and the control of the noise with such dark images is great...
dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1861 England
24 Apr 2021 9:51AM
Somewhere, I have John Blakemore's lovely book of tulip pictures. I should seek it out...
24 Apr 2021 8:06PM
Award for the full set!!!

kaybee Plus
17 7.7k 26 Scotland
25 Apr 2021 6:35AM
Thank you all very much
JuBarney Plus
10 33 5 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2021 9:32AM
Terrific close up shots

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