A macro view of a striking pink grevillea (variety “Pink Parfait” according to an Aussie friend) after the rain. Captured in Tangalooma, Queensland, Australia (from my archives). (Olympus E-300 & Zuiko 35mm macro, f/7.1, 1/250 sec., ISO 100, open shade, handheld)

Top 10 (2nd Place) in “August Macro Challenge” in In the Pink group (August 2014)

Top 10 in “Grevillea” challenge in Enchanted Flowers group (November 2013)

Top 10 in “Grevillea Macro” challenge in Flower in Macro group (August 2011)

Featured in Enchanted Flowers (23 October 2013)

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  • Teresa Pople
    Teresa Popleover 3 years ago

    This isn’t a plant I know Celeste but I wish I did !! This is a gorgeous macro . . .

  • Thank you, Teresa. Grevilleas are native to Australia, and even in Southern California where many Australian native plants grow well, I’ve seen very few grevilleas.

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • DeeZ (D L Honeycutt)
    DeeZ (D L Hone...over 3 years ago

    Congratulations!

    Grevillea Macro Challenge
    August 26, 2011

  • Thank you!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Margaret Stanton
    Margaret Stantonover 2 years ago

    Very nice.

  • Thanks very much, Margaret. I was quite captivated by these flowers the first time I saw them.

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Ralph de Zilva
    Ralph de Zilvaabout 2 years ago

    I would never have picked this to be a grevillea. It looks so different shot in macro. Superb work.

  • Thank you, Ralph! It’s the “looking different” that can make macro work so interesting, as a macro lens can see in ways our eyes cannot.

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • Thank you!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

  • EdsMum
    EdsMumabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations – 23rd Oct., 2013 – Shirley & Jean

    Pictures are clickable perhaps you would like to post a comment HERE

  • Thank you very much!

    – Celeste Mookherjee

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