Macro Monday #100

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This exotic looking Canna lily screams for attention with its rumpled vivid yellow and orange flowers amongst the spectacular green foliage with yellow-striped veins. A late summer / autumn flowering plant the Canna lily is a tender perennial which won’t survive the frosts, so dig up the bulb and store over winter for replanting next year.

This is my final Macro Monday photo. I am taking a rest from this flower blog until next year when I shall be back with a flower of the month along with gardens that I visit outside of Cornwall. My first Macro Monday was posted on 25 August 2015 when I got my new Macro 60mm lens for my Olympus E10 camera. They haven’t all been ‘true‘ macro photos, but the ones that are have shown minute details of both flowers and insects, something that you don’t naturally see with the naked eye. This lens has brought me a lot of pleasure, but for now I need to concentrate on some different photography during the coming winter months when flowers are scarce and winds are fast and furious. 

I will still be posting on my Cornwall in Colours blog and also Travel Words if you want to follow me there.

27 thoughts on “Macro Monday #100

  1. What a beautiful note on which to take a hiatus. Enjoy the break — and I’ll very much look forward to seeing your work again when you return.

  2. A beautiful stop for the flowering season, Jude. This is a gem. ❤ I'm totally frustrated with my new macro lens, I'm not handling the full frame focus well and keep deleting images at all the time.

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