A selection of images of flowers both in the wild and domesticated environments. This might include anything from telephoto shots to macros.
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19th June, 2013
This image was a study in composition of the white flowers of an azalea shrub in the front garden of the house I was visiting. Here, I chose to attempt to find a position where the arrangement of the flowers and leaves of the shrub pulled the viewer's eye through the image in a pleasing manner.
20th June, 2013
This image is an example of the virtue of patience when taking wildlife photographs and understanding - or learning on the job - a little of the habits of what you are intending to capture. In this case, I'd noticed that this little hover fly paused momentarily before nipping in to pollinate these chive flowers.