If It Moves......Photograph It!!
If It Doesn't Move....Photograph It Anyway!!
Oh, a five heart geranium, lovely photos of that flower. Love the macro.
Thanks Ulla :-))
That's a variety I've not seen before. Maybe theyr for sale here too.Nice pictures.Have a nice evening.Mormor
Thanks Mormor :-)) I see this variety a lot in formal gardens here in Wales, but I've also seen them growing wild in a couple of places.
I have to agree wit Annemor...I have never seen this variety either. Great capture.
Thanks :-)) They are also known as 'Cranesbill' and are most common in Northern Europe.
Cool 😎🌟I haven't seen this kind either. Wonderful shots 🌟
Thanks Marci :-))
Very beautiful. It looks like a star!
Thanks Kristallina :-))
such a lovely colour
Thanks Eevee :-))
This is a wonderful macro. This flower reminds me of mallow. So pretty. xo
Thanks Nancy :-))
Such a beautiful macro and flower. Thank you for sharing and also for visiting us at pret-a-vivre. Have a wonderful week :).
Thanks Bi Ti :-))
Beautiful macro... five hearts in one single bloom!!!
Thanks Belita :-)) It's one of my favourite flowers.
Thanks Gunilla :-))
The geraniums are the most delightful flowers. Beautiful shots! Like the sharp shadows in the second photo.
Thanks Charlotta :-))
Thank you for coming by my blog earlier:) This geranium is beautiful! Had no idea there were geraniums other than the common ones. Zion and Bryce Canyon have stolen my heart - I want to go back again!
Thanks for dropping by :-)) Yes, there are many varieties of Geranium.I've visited Zion twice but only once to Bryce. I'm hoping to go there again next year, along with several other National Parks in the Utah area, such as Canyonlands, Arches, Antelope Canyon and Grand Staircase-Escalente.
I like the veins (?) colorpatterns on the petals. Looks great. :)
Thanks NF :-))
Another stunning macro !!!!!!!
Thanks Fatos :-))
I like the coloured veins on these, shots like this really make you notice the colours and shapes in plants.
Thanks Loretta :-)) That's why I love macro-photography, it brings out the detail we often miss with our own eyes.
I really love this Mitch-my favorite so far of your flower macros
Thanks Kathy :-))