Macro Blooms and a Beetle

One of the great things about having a very large garden is that there are always changes – new plants coming into bloom, others going to seed, different insects or creatures according to the season and different colours everywhere.  All this provides an endless range of subjects for my photography.  These were taken in the last couple of days with the Canon and Macro lens as usual.

Oriental Lily about to open fully.

Asiatic Lily

Shasta Daisy

David Austin Rose – ‘Heritage’

Christmas Beetle

……he rolled over…..Clematis seed-head and individual seeds.



One response

  1. Nice shots as usual Sue, love the seed head. I haven’t been out much in the garden in the last few weeks, too hot today to do anything…

    January 30, 2011 at 6:33 pm

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