Flowers

DayBreak

DayBreak Sunrise views at Sani wheat fields Kassandra Halkidiki Greece ...

My lovely camellia

My lovely camellia Japanese camellia ...

Frog

Frog ...

DAISY

DAISY ...

Water Lily

Water Lily Colours always attract the eyes and make life more joyful. ...

The Yellow Spot Of the Sun

The Yellow Spot Of the Sun “There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun” ― Pablo Picasso ...

light and shade

light and shade Narcissus ...

Pink Pin Cushion

Pink Pin Cushion A close up of a mimosa flower (from a miniature mimosa tree, albizia julibrissin) using Fotodiox extension tubes. The shallow depth of field only gets pin point focus on a few of these gorgeous pink "needles" and on them we see the amazing detail of a golden anther divided into four parts. The beauty in creation is amazing! ...

Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding Hearts Dicentra (bleeding-heart; Greek dís "twice", kéntron "spur") is a genus of 8 species of perennial herbaceous plants in the family Fumariaceae, native to eastern Asia and North America. Flowers have two tiny sepals and four petals. The flowers are bisymmetric: the two outer petals are spurred or pouched at the base and curved outwards or backwards at the tip, and the two inner ones are straight and connected at the tip. In Dicentra, all leaves are in a basal rosette and flowers are on leafless stalks. In other genera with bisymmetric heart-shaped flowers (Lamprocapnos, Dactylicapnos, Ichtyoselmis, Ehrendorferia), leaves grow on flower stalks as well as from the base. Each of the two compound stamens is composed of one median and two lateral half stamens fused together. The stamens and pistil are held between the inner petals. Seeds with elaiosomes are borne in long pods. All parts are poisonous if ingested. ...

ballerina

ballerina tulip - tulipa ...

Dahlia

Dahlia ...

Big Bang

Big Bang Macro photo of agapanthus buds ...

Lilium

Lilium ...

DayBreak

DayBreak Sunrise views at Sani wheat fields Kassandra Halkidiki Greece ...

My lovely camellia

My lovely camellia Japanese camellia ...

Frog

Frog ...

DAISY

DAISY ...

Water Lily

Water Lily Colours always attract the eyes and make life more joyful. ...

The Yellow Spot Of the Sun

The Yellow Spot Of the Sun “There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun” ― Pablo Picasso ...

light and shade

light and shade Narcissus ...

Pink Pin Cushion

Pink Pin Cushion A close up of a mimosa flower (from a miniature mimosa tree, albizia julibrissin) using Fotodiox extension tubes. The shallow depth of field only gets pin point focus on a few of these gorgeous pink "needles" and on them we see the amazing detail of a golden anther divided into four parts. The beauty in creation is amazing! ...

Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding Hearts Dicentra (bleeding-heart; Greek dís "twice", kéntron "spur") is a genus of 8 species of perennial herbaceous plants in the family Fumariaceae, native to eastern Asia and North America. Flowers have two tiny sepals and four petals. The flowers are bisymmetric: the two outer petals are spurred or pouched at the base and curved outwards or backwards at the tip, and the two inner ones are straight and connected at the tip. In Dicentra, all leaves are in a basal rosette and flowers are on leafless stalks. In other genera with bisymmetric heart-shaped flowers (Lamprocapnos, Dactylicapnos, Ichtyoselmis, Ehrendorferia), leaves grow on flower stalks as well as from the base. Each of the two compound stamens is composed of one median and two lateral half stamens fused together. The stamens and pistil are held between the inner petals. Seeds with elaiosomes are borne in long pods. All parts are poisonous if ingested. ...

ballerina

ballerina tulip - tulipa ...

Dahlia

Dahlia ...

Big Bang

Big Bang Macro photo of agapanthus buds ...

Lilium

Lilium ...

 

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