Macro-Photography

Honeysuckle tree blossom
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Honey bee coming in for a landing
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Small praying mantis out for some lunch.
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Grass blossom going to seed.
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A small delta winged fly on a hand railing.
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Star of Bethlehem blossoms.
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Tiny tendrils emerging from grass.

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Bumble Bee on a Vitex blossom
Butterfly on Vitex
Butterfly getting some nectar from a Vitex blossom.
Butterfly on Vitex blossom
Bumble Bee on a Vitex blossom

WildflowerBlog picks-9

Tiny tendrils reach out from the developing grass seed.
Tiny tendrils reach out from the developing grass seed.
Name unknown....
Name unknown….
Carolina Geranium
Carolina Geranium
Black medic flower
Black medic flower
Carolina Geranium
Carolina Geranium
Yellow Woodsorrel
Yellow Woodsorrel
Black Medic flower
Black Medic flower
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These tiny flowers are covered with early morning dew. The sun was just rising over the hill and illuminated the blossoms.

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The early morning dew covers these tiny blossoms. I do not know what this flower is named; it is tiny and grows in clusters. These were growing along the flats above a creek bank.
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Blossoms growing in clusters on a tree (shrub).
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Close view of a Honeysuckle blossom.
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This tiny beetle was walking along a grass leaf. For size comparison, this leaf is approximately 1/2″ wide.
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Honeysuckle blossom.
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This is the fruit of the Sumac plant. These berries grow in clusters on the branches. This plant is NOT “poison sumac”. The fruit of this plant may be used to make a delicious drink very similar to lemonade. To make the drink, here is a link to an article that gives details. http://www.healing-from-home-remedies.com/sumac-tea.html
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This trio of open mouthed choir singers is the flower of the henbit plant. (Considered by many to be a common yard weed to be exterminated.) Upon a close view, you can easily see the intricate beauty of the flowers.
This tiny flower is chickweed. It is so small that it is rarely noticed.
This tiny flower is chickweed. It is so small that it is rarely noticed.
White Clover
White Clover

 

Wild spiderwort growing at the edge of a field.
Wild spiderwort growing at the edge of a field.
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Some flowers are so small as to be unnoticed, yet are so beautiful. I believe this flower is called “Spring Beauty”.
Macro flower
This flower is called “Johnny Jump-up”. This wild version blossom (related to a pansy) is about 1/2″ across. It grows wild in many lawns and yards.
WIsteria flower
WIsteria flower
Cactus Vine Flower
Raindrop on a poke berry makes a lens to see what is behind.
Raindrop on a poke berry makes a lens to see what is behind.
Honey bee clover
Honey bee on clover