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|A flower bud of a Dryandra (now Banksia) species. Not sure about exact species, but native from SW of Western Australia. |
Photographed in the gardens of the Eastern Hills branch of the Wildlflower Society of WA, as part of a photography workshop.
Photostack of three photos to increase DoF.
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- [2015-09-19 16:21]
Hi Odile,a beautiful macro showing us the flower bud of this specie,there is something of similar in my country,remind me the bud of tarassaco specie.Very good sharpness,natural colors and perfect POV.Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-09-19 17:57]
What a beautiful bud you have photographed here, love it's unique shape and pretty colors. Unlike anything I have ever seen here in the states. I am going to have to look it up on the web to see what it looks like when fully open.
Good job of stacking the images in order to give DOF. I like the off center composition and lovely exposure. TFS.
What a fantastic bud you have photographed here.