From Above and Below

Mayapple Blossom = Indiana Dunes National Park

Mayapple blossoms captured from above and below. These lovely blooms were hiding underneath the mayapple’s huge leaves. I would never have known to get down low for a look except for fellow blogger Eliza Waters suggesting it a couple of week ago and I am so glad she did. Otherwise, I might have missed their beauty completely. Thanks Eliza!

Cowles Bog – Indiana Dunes National Park

Macro Monday

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17 responses to “From Above and Below”

  1. Mayapples are fascinating, I point them out to the grandkids and get a muted reactionb

    1. Yes, they are. I might have to point them out to my 3 year old granddaughter next time she comes over. 😊

  2. And beautifully captured, I must say! 🙂

    1. So glad you like it. Thanks for the inspiration. 😊

  3. This flower looks so elegant and delicate. So pretty. Nice shots.

    1. So glad you like the flowers. I am so glad I finally noticed them. 😊

  4. Two fabulous compositions, Pepper! 🙂

    1. Thanks, Donna. I changed one setting after your last comment. Are you able to comment without a problem now? 😊

  5. Those petals are like silk. So beautiful!

    1. Thanks so much for commenting. I agree that they are beautiful flowers. I am so glad I finally noticed them. 😊

  6. i can comment now hehe. i figured out what i was doing wrong. looking forward to seeing more pictures!

    1. Yay! I am so glad you are able to comment. 😊

  7. So beautifully captured, …I could stare and appreciate for some time more, ..but, the day awaits, .thankyou for starting mine with beauty, ….✨👏✨

    1. Thank you so much for your comment. Have a great week. 😊

    1. Thanks, Christine. 😊

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