Looking down on a Dwarf Papyrus, Miniature Flatsedge (Cyperus prolifer) plant. Used a prime lens with intent for the bokeh image.
Location – In home garden, near Innisfail, Tropical Far North Queensland, Australia.
- Queensland Group (6.03.2015)
- FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND GROUP (11 Jan.2013)
- Gorgeous Flower Cards ~ 31.07.2015
- Challenge Runner-Up – Top 10 in Gorgeous Flower Cards (31 Jan.2014)
- ornamental, aquatic, clump-forming, evergreen, bladeless, slender
- stems are topped with spherical, grassy heads or plume of grassy filaments
- spikelets of flowers
- Spikelet def.
A small or secondary spike, characteristic of grasses and sedges, having a varying number of reduced flowers each subtended by one or two scalelike bracts.
Handheld Pentax K10D, Prime Lens smc Pentax 55mm F1.2
Manual Exposure, ISO 100, FL.43.0 mm, 1/100s.
Raw file – processing/editing via CS2.