One of the things that I love to do is take photographs of a part of the world few take the time to stop and see. There are so many tiny details that sometimes even surprise me! Today I thought that I would share with you some of the little things that I discover using my macro lens!
As we wander around the garden of days gone by I lay on the ground to see these fairies on a weed up close and personal!
One of our deer resistant plants is called Vinca. There is major and minor. I am not sure which this is, but look at the world that I discovered in the center of this lovely blue flower! Periwinkle is its common name.
Who knew that there is a cavern inside the center of a pansy?
Just like a helicopter has a landing pad, so does the center of this flower! Here is a landing pad for bees!
As daffodils emerge, the outer skin peels away to expose the flower. Here is a close up of this skin.
And looking down the center of a peach colored variety of this same type of flower, check out this amazing center!
Next time you are out in your garden, see if you can see some of these things in your yard! Have a wonderful day, and thank you for visiting today!