Close-up photography of plants

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Close-up botanical photography

Pallenis spinosa
Clivia miniata ( Fire lily )
Bumblebee on wood scabious
Anagallis arvensis
Teucrium pseudochamaepitys
Erinacea anthyllis
Lithospermum fruticosum
Ruscus aculeatus L.

March close-up


A bunch of 85 photos with close-up technique, where, besides the beauty and complexity of flowers, you can see floral structures in whole detail. To see the complete images you should click in the arrow bellow (“macro”) In the photographs you can see the Fuchsia (Fuchsia), the Pallenis spinosa, The Cherry tree flower (Prunus avium), the fire lily (Clivia miniata), a Bumblebee on wood scabious, the Anagallis arvensis (Scarlet pimpernel), Teucrium pseudochamaepitys, Erinacea anthyllis, Lithospermum fruticosum and Ruscus aculeatus (Butcher’s broom)


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Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

22 April, 2019

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