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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Beezle, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. Wandered by a nursery today looking for likely suspects to point a camera at. Found an interesting hydrangea. I have yet to figure out somethingunique to do with this group of flowers, but they are beautiful just the same.


    This is one I did earlier this year in the back yard.

  2. Neil


    Jul 8, 2005
    Douglasville, GA
    Wow the 1st picture is my favorite, don't know why but I want to eat some blueberrys :smile:
  3. Both pictures have nice blue colors.
  4. Beezle!

    Your first image is absolutely breathtaking!! :eek:  I love it. :biggrin: I thought hydrangea were out of season. The detail is crisp and the color is wonderful. I also like your back yard image. I think I commented on it earlier. Thank you for sharing.
  5. Thank you all for the kind words. Here is what I came up with this morning.

    This is a "pachystachys lutea." According to the label. :wink:

    Snoot aimed flash and LED flashlight. D2X and 60mm micro.

  6. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Nice. Just paste a bee in the middle of the BIG blue one :>))) Sure is pretty.

    Last one, different color shrimp plant. Very nice comp and color.
  7. The pastel blue hydrangia is really nice. I will say to Neil that I don't think you want to eat these "blueberries." Nice colors on all of these images.
  8. Thanks again for the compliments.

    Here is another version of the yellow flower.

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  9. Yep, yet another version of the yellow one. Just wasn't sitting well.

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