Solomon Seal in Macro

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I just love taking macro photos of the blooms.  Solomon Seal can be tricky to photograph as the little white blooms hang downward.  They open up after a few days to reveal a lovely green colouring on the edges.   I did have to cheat a little for some of these photos and I snipped off part of a stem so I could get really up close and personal.

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The photos can speak for themselves today

These photos were taken with the super macro setting on my Olympus camera … shutter speed 1/80 … AV 4.4 … shutter speed 1/80

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