Weekly Photo Challenge: INSIDE

Inside the flower visiting a man’s house… (FYI the stamens in a flower are collectively called the androecium which comes from Greek andros oikia: man’s house :O)

 

 

An inside job

46 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: INSIDE

  1. Love it! The soft dreamy look to the flower, the color, all of it. Give yourself a big pat on the back for this one! 😀

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  3. I’m impressed… Honestly, I have not been successful with one macro shot , despite many attempts

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    • Thank you so much Robin. I have seen your blog and your photos and this is a huge compliment for me. I shot this with my Canon PowerShot G1 x using a macro filter but it was a windy day and I took a pic from hands. I will have to get a tripod to be able to better control conditions ;).

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  4. In my eyes a great shot… 😉

    A very smart flower to select this color, screaming yellow – isn’t it the same color as shops use on large eyecatching signs to entice people with opportunities to make good deals…? ‘hahaha’

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  5. What an amazing photograph and with such a dreamy quality to it. Wonderful contribution for this week’s challenge.

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  6. Paula, that is the perfect shot of being up close and personal with nature (when we can’t be there in person). Beautiful photography with creative words to complete the image. Just simply lovely. I enjoyed this post. Thank you.

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