Scenes from Far East Flora

Joline had to pick up some flowers for her restaurant from Far East Flora; I thought it was a good opportunity to take a few photographs. Not all of them turned out great and the truth is that I know nothing about macro/flower photography. Nonetheless, I thought the images were worth publishing as the colours rendered beautifully with zero post-production. It’s amazing how much natural beauty there is in this world and I suppose, on some level, it makes me believe that there must be some master plan, some grand architect, where this was all ordained and who put this all together because beauty like this isn’t just an accident. All images were captured using my 70D with a 35mm lens.

November 01, 2013  _MG_1088 35 mm 1-250 sec at f - 2.8 ISO 100

November 01, 2013  _MG_1097 35 mm 1-60 sec at f - 1.4 ISO 400

November 01, 2013  _MG_1098 35 mm 1-30 sec at f - 1.4 ISO 400

Purple (Mushroom) Patch.

November 01, 2013  _MG_1099 35 mm 1-15 sec at f - 2.8 ISO 400

November 01, 2013  _MG_1101 35 mm 1-13 sec at f - 2.8 ISO 400

Blue coral.

November 01, 2013  _MG_1104 35 mm 1-160 sec at f - 1.4 ISO 800

Fringing.

November 01, 2013  _MG_1111 35 mm 1-30 sec at f - 1.4 ISO 100

Lost in White.
November 01, 2013  _MG_1119 35 mm 1-60 sec at f - 1.4 ISO 100

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