The Normally Unseen Views In Nature Photography.
© 2005 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.
Some of you may remember the other images already posted within this blog of the camelia stamens, and this is another example of those unseen views in nature.
I do enjoy seeing and photographing something in its early stages, and with the camelia blooms, a individual can take a young bud that is a week or two from opening and slowly peel the young fresh petals away until you get closer to the center of the bud, exposing the stamens.
The stamens and petals look so fresh and clean, and many times you can find a composition with a somewhat sculpted look.
Composition, rich colors, details, a feel of freshness in a normally unseen world, ….. I love it!
Canon 100mm macro, & Nikkor 50mm 1.4 lens attached in reverse.
Tripod, macro slider, available light and 3 reflectors
4 sec. @ f32
Thanks for looking everyone!
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.