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After Passiflora Fades....

By teocali
When I photographed yesterday's upload, the passion flower tendril, I started to look more closely at the plant and noticed the detail on the petals (there must be a proper botanical name for these?) left after the flower had died and dropped off.
If you look very closely at the centre of this, it resembles the cross-section of a passion flower fruit or kiwi fruit - fascinating.

Tags: Plant Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Passion flower Climber Passiflora Tendril Dewdrop

Voters: craggwildlifephotography, KevSB, Barbaraj and 7 more


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well noticed.. nicely done.
David

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Barbaraj 9 450 England
28 Oct 2008 11:34AM
Interesting.
28 Oct 2008 5:25PM
droplettes of water used as magnifi glasses need to be explored with macro lens all sorts doors open up. only having 70-300 sigma and the rare use of extention tubes I would love to spend winter doing so, what detail your macro shows,

have to see what xmas bringsWink

well taken

joe
hellsbells8868 8 151 2 Wales
28 Oct 2008 8:19PM
Stunning detail, i love water droplets and this is a beautiful one, fabulous detail in the petals too.
RTDS 7 Cyprus
29 Oct 2008 12:05PM
Great capture.
Very nice colours but the details in the drop is fantastic.
Well done.
Robert

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