Cee’s Flower of the Day (FOTD): Passion Flower and More

Passion flower has unique floral structures. It has several layers — Petal, Corona, Anthers, and Styles/Stigma, quite stunning when in full bloom.

After cropping out the petals and part of the Corona, I can see the details of the Styles and Stigma of the flower.

This photo is focusing on the stigma of Hibiscus:

For Cee’s Flower of the Day.


Here you can take a close look of curves, colors, and texture of the petal after a major cropping.

Just a couple of rose petals. Less is more.

If you would like to join this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge “Less is More” Click here. The challenge ends this Saturday. πŸ™‚ By the way, I notice that the pingback is not working appropriately, please leave the link of your challenge entry on my “less is more” comment session, so I won’t miss your post. Thank you!

Enjoy the rest of the week!

39 thoughts on “Cee’s Flower of the Day (FOTD): Passion Flower and More

  1. Pingback: Cee’s Flower of the Day (FOTD): Passion Flower and More β€” The World Is A Book… – Rexton digital

  2. I notice the beauty of the photos that zone in on a partial view of the flower. Since you described about how you’d been taught about the art of simplifying the photo, I find that very interesting. Lovely, Amy!

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