Wednesday, 16 November 2011


During my wanderings over the past year I've taken many photographs of wild flowers and as an experiment I started to photograph them from a different perspective...directly from above!

I've now had time to sort and file them... and here is the result.

 Just to be posh I think I'll call this my 'Square Period'


Creeping Thistle

Goat's Beard

Carline Thistle

Small Scabious

Perennial Sow-thistle

Greater Knapweed

Common Cat's-ear

 Nodding Thistle - leaf rosette 

Common Ragwort


Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful plants, just there to take a photo. Nice one Trevor.

ADRIAN said...

I really like this treatment......a superb job.

The Herald said...

Thank you Bob...[;o)

Thanks Adrian...[;o)

holdingmoments said...

These are worthy of hanging on a wall; all of them.
Excellent perspective Trevor. I really like these.
They would make a great picture book.

The Herald said...

Thanks Keith, yeh, I might get a couple of canvas prints made and see what they look like...[;o)

Roy said...

A beautiful set of macros Trevor.

The Herald said...

Cheers Roy...[;o)

Maria Emilia Moreira said...

Gosto imenso de flores e ao ver este blogue fiquei encantada com as fotos. Só um pequeno reparo se me permite - porquê passar as letras exactamente no centro da foto?!

The Herald said...

Maria, welcome and thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you like my photos.

The reason for my name across the center is stops people stealing them!...[;o)

BlueShell said...

The second is my favourit...but they are all amazing!!!
I thank YOU!

The Herald said...

Blueshell, thanks for stopping by and thank you for your kind comments...[;o)

Andrew said...

Lovely images to see... they are all wonderful to view.

The Herald said...

Thanks Andrew...[;o)