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Macro world of flowers and micro ferns

  • A Rock Rose opens and reveals its vivid yellow stamens and deep violet markings on its pure white petals, in a early spring display in the rock garden at our place A Rock Rose opens and reveals its vivid yellow stamens and deep violet markings on its pure white petals, in a early spring display in the rock garden at our place
    A Sunny sunflower basks in late afternoon sun last summer in the wildflower meadow in Government Gardens A Sunny sunflower basks in late afternoon sun last summer in the wildflower meadow in Government Gardens
    A daisy appears in our garden, the first sign of early spring A daisy appears in our garden, the first sign of early spring
    The first spring flowers on the Eucalyptus tree in our garden The first spring flowers on the Eucalyptus tree in our garden
    A Camellia flower blooms on a Camellia bush in the Camellia Garden at the Auckland Botanical Gardens, This is one of the first flowers of spring, giving the gardens a burst of colour. A Camellia flower blooms on a Camellia bush in the Camellia Garden at the Auckland Botanical Gardens, This is one of the first flowers of spring, giving the gardens a burst of colour.
    A poppy in our neighbours garden after a rain shower. The sun catches the light on the droplets giving them a soft translucent glow A poppy in our neighbours garden after a rain shower. The sun catches the light on the droplets giving them a soft translucent glow
    We went for a walk around Auckland Botanic Gardens, The many species and variety of flowers, was amazing, The Native New zealand Tea-Tree Flowers were out, This one was hanging down over the path, The birds were feeding from the nectar from the flowers. We went for a walk around Auckland Botanic Gardens, The many species and variety of flowers, was amazing, The Native New zealand Tea-Tree Flowers were out, This one was hanging down over the path, The birds were feeding from the nectar from the flowers.
    A pink rose in the early morning sun just after a shower of rain A pink rose in the early morning sun just after a shower of rain
    A tiny native fern approx 5 cm long grows among the moss and lichen on a rock wall in the fernery at the Auckland Domain, the light tips of the fronds catch the late afternoon sunlight. The flowers are that of a tiny moss. A tiny native fern approx 5 cm long grows among the moss and lichen on a rock wall in the fernery at the Auckland Domain, the light tips of the fronds catch the late afternoon sunlight. The flowers are that of a tiny moss.
    A macro shot of the inside of a clover flower, The pollen grains are visible along with the micro hairs. On the right are small micro drops of water from a recent rain shower only a 2 hours before A macro shot of the inside of a clover flower, The pollen grains are visible along with the micro hairs. On the right are small micro drops of water from a recent rain shower only a 2 hours before
 

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