Many people assume photographing flowers is easy! just look at the viewfinder, place the focus point, and press the shutter … finished! Later, what happened to the result?… the photos don’t tell anything.
So,… what does the photo have to tell about?…
You are absolutely right !… It must tell us its beauty.
Here, I was trying to capture the beauty of some flowers that are a bit difficult to photograph. Why?… It just because they emerged in an environment that were very hard to be isolated, too many leaves around.
This Fire Lily (Clivia Miniata) grows in my country with slightly different than in its country of origin. the leaves grow up taller than its bloom’s stalk.
Similar condition to the above. This Water Hyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes) flowers are always surrounded by many leaves.
The Water Liies ( Numphaea) grow in a swampy wilderness
The Orchid phalaenopsis hybrid on the tree
to be continued