Fiery Flower in Focus

I love the fiery reds and oranges of this tulip. The flower is bright and eye catching. The focus is really good which means that all of the detail is sharp and clear. The fine details of the petals add to the beauty and make the flower seem real.

Carefully Captured Cherry Blossom

I do love cherry blossom. The beautiful pink of the blossom is such a lovely shade. The focus in this photo is amazing, I have captured the photo carefully so that you get a real feeling of depth. The foreground is really well focused while blossom in the background is out of focus. The crisp detail of the blossom is good and is really eye catching.

Perfectly Positioned Pavilion

This photo is beautifully composed. I love how the trees line the sides of the photo and lead your eye down the path towards the distant pavilion. The bright red of the pavilion contrasts beautifully with the green of the trees. This creates a sense of tension and effectively builds the atmosphere.

Magnificent Magnolia

Who doesn’t love a good magnolia? Your living room is painted magnolia right? If not, perhaps a friend’s is? I like the way that this magnolia flower is captured. The focus on the centre is good. I really like the way that the gold, pink and green complement each other. Your eye is beautifully drawn in by the simplicity of the petals which, as they curve, magnificently lead your eye deeper into the picture.

Tasteful Tulip

I like the colours in this photo. The pink of the tulip tastefully complements the orange of the pansies. I like the shape of the tulip petals, the smooth curves are formed beautifully. The composition of this photo is good, the tulip takes centre stage drawing your attention fully.

Tinted Tulip

I love this photo. The colours of the tulips are so vivid and contrast so beautifully with the blue of the flowers behind. The petal tips are tinted a beautiful red by the flecks of colour which adds interest and excitement. The focus is good making all of the detail clear and bold.

Pure and Perfect Petals

Look at these petals! The bright white of the petals is pure and crisp. I love the focus of the stamen, they are almost perfectly focused. The details on the white petals are beautiful and add excitement and inretest to it too. Bonus!

Photo of Pink Petals

I love this flower. The vivid pink of the petals is stunning. The photo is well focused every detail is in the shot. Your eye is drawn into the depths of the flower, like a mini adventure to the centre of the plant. Ooh, how exciting!

Tremendously Translucent

I love the vibrancy of this photo. The pink is so vivid that it is almost luminous. The petals appear almost translucent as the light of the sun tries to pierce through the thin petals. This create a tremendous pink, I especially like the pattern inside the flower, it is really dramatic and eye catching.

Delightful Detail

This photo is delightful. I love the shade of purple of the flowers. The focus is amazing, just look at the detail of the stamen of the flowers. If you look closer still, you may just spot a small insect, hiding under the petals. I like how the distant flowers are out of focus which creates a really effective sense of depth.

Beautiful Bee

I took this photo of a bee using a macro lens. I was really impressed that I managed to capture such detail. I especially like how you can see the little flecks of pollen that have got stuck to the bee’s body. I like the colours in this photo. The purple petals are a nice contrast to the yellow stripe of the bee’s coat. The dark black stripes create a dramatic atmosphere, which seems quite fitting considering that it is a bee.

Buzzing Bumble Bee

I’m really impressed with this macro photography. The detail of the bumble bee is stunning. It was difficult to get close enough, I have to say, being that close to a bee’s sting was something that I found a little scary. The loud buzzing coming from just a short tistance away was quite intimidating. However, I’m really pleased with the detail that I have captured, it was well worth the risk. The pollen thatbis stuck to the bee’s body is stunning.