Bluebell

There are bluebells blooming now in the fields. These tend to look like little blue bells. Hence I decided to bring one back to take photos of the rear of the flower as well as the front, since most of the time we see the rear of it, as it hangs down.First I start off with the rear of the flower.

Bluebell rear - Visible
Bluebell rear – Visible
Bluebell rear - UV (Baader U)
Bluebell rear – UV (Baader U)
Bluebell rear - UV (330WB60)
Bluebell rear – UV (330WB60)
Bluebell rear - UV (330AF20)
Bluebell rear – UV (330AF20)
Bluebell rear - IDS1
Bluebell rear – IDS1
Bluebell rear - IDS2e
Bluebell rear – IDS2e
Bluebell rear - UVIVF
Bluebell rear – UVIVF

Now for the front of this flower.

Bluebell front - Visible
Bluebell front – Visible
Bluebell front - UV (Baader U)
Bluebell front – UV (Baader U)
Bluebell front - UV (330WB60)
Bluebell front – UV (330WB60)
Bluebell front - UV (330AF20)
Bluebell front – UV (330AF20)
Bluebell front - IDS1
Bluebell front – IDS1
Bluebell front - IDS2e
Bluebell front – IDS2e
Bluebell front - UVIVF
Bluebell front – UVIVF
Bluebell front - UVIVF (macro)
Bluebell front – UVIVF (macro)

It did take quite a while to shoot all the stacks, as in total it required over 100 photos to document both the front and rear of this nice little flower. There is only a subtle difference between the Baader U and 330WB60 images, and predominantly over the rear of the flower.

Boon

Equipment used: Olympus EM-5, Coastal Optics 60mm F4, Baader U filter, Baader UV-IR cut filter, IDS1 & 2e filters, 330WB60 & 330AF20 filters, Quantum X2D flash, Nightsearcher UV torches, Stackshot