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Winter Jasmine

There seem to be quite a few winter jasmine flowers in bloom now. Does that mean it is winter already? Anyway, I thought I would pick one back to shoot indoors. I have photographed this flower before, but I thought it would be good to reshoot this in my indoor mini studio, particularly with my IDS2e filter. Continue reading Winter Jasmine

Pink Consolida ambigua

Update: I’ve finally identified this flower as consolida ambigua. This flower has come up in my back garden from a pack of mixed seeds. Unfortunately I do not have an identity for this. Hopefully someone will be able to chime in with the name. Multiple images were shot and then stacked with Helicon focus to achieve deeper depth of field.

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Rudbeckia hirta Irish eyes

This is another variety of Rudbeckia I have growing in my garden. It had popped up a little while ago but then seemed to have vanished before I had a chance to photograph it. Now that it has reappeared, I thought I should shoot it before it disappears again. Images were stacked with Helicon focus. Continue reading Rudbeckia hirta Irish eyes


These tall bottle-brush like flowers growing along tall thin stems have been popping up in my back garden, from seeds sown in spring by my daughter. As these are tall and sway a lot in the wind, I have not really had a chance to take photos of it. But I took the opportunity while shooting the IDS2e video, when the wind was calm to photograph this flower as well. Continue reading Liatris