I left the Sunflower bud that was the subject of yesterday's photo in water overnight and this morning found that it had opened - a rather small flower. Here's a closeup of the flower today:
A small sunflower bud that was growing under my bird feeder -
Small rural cemetery in Jay County, Indiana. Facing west in the late afternoon, the light in this corner was intriguing.
Pentax K1 with DFA 28-105 f3.5-5.6.
Another perspective on a Grey Coneflower bud, attempting to capture the Fibonacci sequence in the many layers in the flower bud:
Working on some botanicals around the house - the grey coneflowers in my "micro prairie" are budding out. Here's one shot - I want to go back and try to capture the Fibonacci sequence in the bud.
You woudn't think it but this is an 99 image focus stack.
Another shot from wanders through Indiana last week - looking north on 250W with Ruple-Union to the left and Wells to the right.
Getting back to making some new botanical photos. Here's a maple seed that I picked up off the sidewalk a few months ago - still has a trace of green in it.
Spent the past few days down in Indiana - beautiful country, especially in the summer. I was looking in east here in a cemetery in Jay County. A thunderstorm was coming up from the west.
Update (7/5) - still thinking about this one - an alternate crop: