Tuesday, September 10, 2013


There were several datura plants blossoming at the college.
I was early enough to catch the dew on some of them.
I find the most fascinating thing about these flowers is the way they unfurl.
The curves are just so beautiful.
I am linking this with Nature Footstep Blo Ma.


George said...

These, too, are great macros. I really like the photo with the dew on the flower.

ulla laiho said...

Beautiful photos. I like the way you show close-up of the flowers.

MitchyLR said...

Hi Judy!! Great s close-ups of these fascinating flowers. Are they a member of the lily family?

Vilt og vakkert said...


Amazing macros, wonderful flowers.
Have some nice days ;:O)

Mama Zen said...

Beautiful macros! Love the dew capture.

Leovi said...

Excellent compositions! I love those pictures! I think it is a nice lesson on the use of light!

Gunilla Bäck said...

Fabulous shots! I love the dew drops.

A wondering star said...

Nice capture of this beauty:)

EG CameraGirl said...

They do unfurl beautifully, don't they?!

Vilt og vakkert said...


To all that wonder what plant this is: Erica vagans

Magnoliophyta (Dekkfrøete)
Magnoliopsida (Tokimbladede)
Ericales (Lyng-ordenen)
Ericaceae (Lyng-familien)

Ha fine dager framover ;:OD)

Mary said...

So beautiful! Great macros!

NatureFootstep said...

you did a great job capturing the shapes and colors of the flowers. I too like the form they have when still not open.

Buttons said...

Beautiful Judy worth getting to school early. Hug B

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I love the macros. You really capture them well. Poor Dexter! The spider web, amazing. Have you found any mushrooms? Our forest is filled with them!
Cheers from Cottage Country Ontario


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