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My Sunday Photo: 24 December 2017

White PelargoniumIt’s Christmas Eve – and the weather is absurdly warm! No chance of delicate fragments of crystallised water falling from the sky. I just thought the colour and texture of this white pelargonium might be a little bit suitably seasonal! I love using macro photography to see the wonder of plant life, though – at any time of year!

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Alphabet Photography Project: K is for Kalanchoe

KalanchoeAround this time of year, when not many garden flowers are in bloom, these tiny flowers, often sold as pot plants, can bring welcome colour to a window-sill. They also make a great subject for macro photography – each individual flower is barely 10 mm in size!

This post is part of my continued participation in the Alphabet Photography Project.


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