Macro Monday: “Pure White”

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Monday 31 March, 2014 by Uncle Spike

My posting for Macro Monday.

This first shot is the flower of a cultivated plum tree.

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And this second shot is the flower of a wild plum tree – slightly different.

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Hope you all like it !

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11 thoughts on “Macro Monday: “Pure White”

  1. LB says:

    I like that you showed the comparison. Bet they smell good too

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  2. […] about Macro Monday but I’ve seen two post in my reader today: from Cee’s blog and from Uncle Spike’s blog. I like doing close-up photos or if they are certainly called Macro photos then maybe I’m a […]

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  3. fredrieka says:

    Momwithoutpaws says that we have some blossoms coming that look like that, apple, pear, cherry she can not wait Unclewithoutpaws..

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  4. panikikubik says:

    Beautiful!

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  5. Gill McGrath says:

    I prefer the wild one to the good mannered one!

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  6. haridasgowra says:

    pure peaceful………..looking good…………

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