Photography Macro posted on Jul 11, 2007
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no idea as to the name of this flower, but I thought it's design is very unique thanks for viewing and any comments

Comments (97)


JillianElf 2:38AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

It looks like a snapdragon and this is a lovely shade. Wonderful capture, I like the reds behind as well.


mbz2662 2:45AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Looks like a delightful spot. Great photo, the yellow is so pretty and the color around it seem to enhance it.


Bossie_Boots 2:47AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

I think snapdragon to as a child we called them faerys ears a beautiful flower superb capture hugs lou x


Blush 2:53AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

It's a beautiful snapdragon... Love the lemony color of this one... Great capture sweetie Hugs Susan~


saretta 3:03AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Fantastic macro and details ,if you press on the lower part it kind of "opens" the upper part like a mouth,in Italy it's called "bocca di leone",lion's mouth :-)


lizzibell 3:08AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful flower....


DennisReed 3:10AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Awesome Capture Richard! When the tough get going, they SNAP! ;)


stevey3d 3:14AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful! Love the contrast between the main flower and the background! Awesome!

aljaysart 3:34AM | Wed, 11 July 2007



DAZ3DRENDERER 3:38AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Magical shot of beautifull flower. Great details. Stunning picture.


B_PEACOCK 3:54AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Looks really beautiful Richard


sharky_ 3:58AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Very nice shot. Soft and tender. Aloha


pops 4:21AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Don't think Ive ever seen one like this but it sure is beautiful

tr4cey 4:23AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful colours. I'll just agree with what everyone else calls it... Lol

aquablue 4:27AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

It is a snapdragon !!! in french we say "Muflier" beautiful colors for this Macro !!!!


Cosme..D..Churruca 4:48AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful !


Xantipa 5:02AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Oh yes..again lovely work..


CarolTate 5:18AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

I love Snapdragons, this one is an exceptionally beautiful color! Great Shot!
thanks much for sharing! Blessings


UOja 5:23AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Yes, it looks like snapdragon ("leijonankita" in Finnish). Very beautiful capture.

Valerie-Ducom 5:49AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Wowww, so beautiful flower and excellent color my friend ! Good day :)


Dianthus 5:50AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Great image and excellent clarity:)


huenersh 5:51AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Looks fantastic! Snapdragon is right I think. In Germany called Löwenmaul or Löwenmäulchen ;-)


NekhbetSun 6:06AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Snapdragon :o) good one Richard S


shadownet 6:12AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful photo!


JeffG7BRJ 6:22AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

This is a beautiful flower, we have one in red in our garden, I was sat trying to get a picture of a Bee and it dissapeared right inside the flower, I think I have a pic with just its back leg peeping out. You have captured some very lovely colour tones in this. Bravo!


mapps 6:30AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful :-)


michele574 6:37AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

beautiful capture!!!love the color!!excellent!!

Kuiski 6:37AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

unique and very pretty. Excellent capture Richard! :)


OldHippieKeyboard 6:45AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Beautiful capture of a very interesting flower. Nice mix of colors.


jif3d 7:00AM | Wed, 11 July 2007

Great looking flower bud or was that, great looking, well what ever it is, I agree well worth a shot with it's pale yellow hues ! Well done & ~Cheers~ :o)

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