1. Inphoto

    Challenge! The Celebrity Game

    Any camera, any photo but the first word of your photo title has to start with the first letter of the last word of the description in the last photo posted. Have fun! I will start. Yellow flowers Now the next photo has to start with the letter F
  2. jhawk1000

    Another flower, another bee.

    I hauled out my old and trusty Nikon D2x with the Sigma 180 3.5 macro lens and waited to find a shot of a bee on the flower,
  3. bartjeej

    CC wanted - wildflowers

    I took these two shots back to back - at a suboptimal aperture, after shooting the entire day at f/8 I went for a shallower DoF at f/4 shortly before and forgot to change back :doh: Anyway, I've two questions about them: 1. Which do you like better, and why? I'm considering printing one of...
  4. TNcasual

    Nature Orchids of the Great Smoky Mountains

    There are over 1,500 flowering plants in the GSMNP. They bloom nearly all year round. Always giving visitors something beautiful or unique to see. Of these 1,500 plants, 36 are orchids. It can be a real treat to come across an orchid along the trail. Some are more common, like rattlesnake...
  5. guzziknight

    Nature Conservatory of Flowers

    We went to The Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco this week.
  6. TNcasual

    Nature Frost Flowers

    The mesmerizing forms of frost flowers can be a bit confusing if one hasn't witnessed them before. The delicate, thread like crystals form beautiful flowers. Sometimes covering entire areas with their ethereal shapes. Frost flowers form in cold temperatures, normally after some precipitation...
  7. Jock Elliott

    For our anniversary, my wife bought me flowers . . .

    . . . of a different kind. I was intrigued by "the shape of the light," and tried to capture it with three different cameras. The better half (aka spotter-in-chief) has put up with me for 43 years. I am blessed. Cheers, Jock
  8. merlin

    Nature Equinox Flowers

    X-T2, 90mm
  9. gryphon1911

    Bugs Bees and Flowers

    I'm still experimenting with capturing bees this year. Here are a few with the Fuji Xpro-2 and 50-230/4.5-6.7 OIS II SOOC JPGs 1 2 3 RAW processed in Capture One 20 4 5 6 My Kodak Panatomic-X film simulation SOOC 7 8 9
  10. ericdraven

    Nature Lotus Flower - NYC

    Lotus Flower - NYC by David Wong, on Flickr
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    Lady Pink Rose
  12. merlin

    Mountain Yucca Flower Bud

  13. merlin

    Mountain Yucca Flowers

  14. merlin

    Thursday Flowers

  15. merlin

    Nature Cactus Flowers

  16. davect01

    Spring Flowers

    A6000 and 50mm Minolta
  17. merlin

    Cactus Flowers

  18. davect01

    Mother's Day Flowers

    A6000 and 50mm Minolta with LED Spotlight
  19. davect01

    Another Spring Time Walk Around

    Another day of just hanging around taking pictures of the local blooms. 70-150mm Vivitar and A6000
  20. davect01

    Bugs Spring Flowers and Bees

    A6000 and 70-150mm Vivitar
  21. davect01

    Neighborhood Spring Time Stroll

    Had some time before my wife got home this afternoon so I strolled around the neighborhood. Spring is in full swing here in the desert southwest A6000 and 70-150mm Vivitar Be careful. Things in the desert have a lot of barbs, needles and sharp edges. And they...
  22. J

    Film New (to me) F5

    I recently acquired an F5 at a good price and shot a roll of E-6 to see if it was working properly. The images below are as processed by a local pro lab.
  23. drd1135

    Fuji Showcase Fuji XF 50 2.0

    XF 50 on XT20. I also used ACR 9.9 on the RAW files and it did a great job.
  24. davect01

    Bugs More Desert Blooms and Bees

    A6000 and 50mm Minolta After dropping off my car at the auto shop, I walked home and took a few shots of the desert blooms.
  25. Lily


  26. Rose Hips are red

    Rose Hips are red

  27. Rose Hips are red

    Rose Hips are red

  28. A posy in the rocks

    A posy in the rocks

  29. Impatiens  #DSCN1579

    Impatiens #DSCN1579

    Coolpix E4500 macro
  30. Looking back at summer

    Looking back at summer

  31. Rock bound Foxglove

    Rock bound Foxglove

  32. simplicity


    nothing simpler than some wildflowers against a sea of lush green. 12 left to go.
  33. out of focus

    out of focus

    I was trying to get a good macro shot of the dandelion seeds....the fluffy white bits. I missed. There's a few of their stems that are kind of in focus, but mainly it's a big fluffy soft, out of focus treat. A successful dandelion macro is being saved in reserve in case I don't get one I...
  34. Herb Robert

    Herb Robert

    The flower is about 0.7" (18 mm) across, and growing on the stone wall at the rear of my cottage.
  35. Red Campion

    Red Campion

    A Red Campion caught in the late evening sunshine
  36. White Violet

    White Violet

  37. White Violet

    White Violet

  38. Daffodil


  39. Primrose


  40. Lesser Celandine

    Lesser Celandine

  41. Violet


  42. The end of a sunflower

    The end of a sunflower

    The remains of a sunflower that has provided a winter cover and food crop for birds
  43. more Sunflowers now in bloom

    more Sunflowers now in bloom

  44. Sow-thistle, either Smooth, Rough or Corn

    Sow-thistle, either Smooth, Rough or Corn

  45. Honeysuckle (closer detail)

    Honeysuckle (closer detail)

  46. Honeysuckle


  47. Sunflowers


  48. Sunflowers


  49. X100 macro - with Topaz BW

    X100 macro - with Topaz BW

  50. Rosebay Willowherb

    Rosebay Willowherb