Hepatica nobilis

April 12, 2016 Flowers, Macro 0

Every year around mid-March Hepatica nobilis blossoms. It is a small flower that usually grows in beech woods (especially in shaded locations). This flower is a perfect subject for macro photography, not only because it is one of the first species that blossoms after long winter, but also simply it is extremely photogenic. Please take a look at a few images from this year and judge for yourself.

Photographs were taken using Canon 70-200/2.8L IS with macro extension tubes.

 

 

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