Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum) found growing wild in Athens County, Ohio. A member of the lily family. Taken with Canon 6D and 100 mm lens:f5.6, 1/400, ISO 200.

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wildflower, nature, flower, star of bethlehem, white, macro

I’m a self taught photographer who enjoys macro photography, especially wildflowers and other flora and fauna seen in nature. I also enjoy photographing refractions and reflections from rain and water.

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  • Lynn Gedeon
    Lynn Gedeon4 months ago


  • RickDavis
    RickDavis4 months ago

    Very Beautiful!! Love the deep dark rich color and lighting on the white blooms!!!

    Rick

  • Thank you so much for your wonderful comments and visit, Rick!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...4 months ago

    soooo pretty!!!!!! love this!

  • Love your beautiful comments and the fave, Charmiene! Thank you so much!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • Angelika  Vogel
    Angelika Vogel4 months ago

    It’s so beautiful, Lynn!!

  • Love your wonderful comment and the fave, Angelika! Thank you so much!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • goddarb
    goddarb4 months ago

    This is a lovely shot ,Lynne. These are not the easiest flowers to shoot. You have managed the depth of field very well and you chose the perfect light too.

  • Love your delightful and thoughtful comments, thank you so much! Yes, these are a bit difficult to shoot…they only open when there’s a certain amount of sunlight. These were mostly shaded and the day was a bit windy!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarke4 months ago

    Gorgeous capture Lynn. :o)

  • Thank you so very much, Bunny!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDavies4 months ago

    Gorgeous comp and light!

  • Love your wonderful comments, Angie…thank you so very much!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • And, thanks so much for the fave!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...4 months ago

    Lovely and delicate and yet with strong contrast. You handled the lighting really well.

  • Thank you for your wonderful comments and the fave, Celeste! These were mostly shaded and the flowers only open when they receive a certain amount of sunlight!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • lynn carter
    lynn carter4 months ago

    they are beautiful xx

  • Thank you so much, Lynn!

    – Lynn Gedeon

  • Margaret Stevens
    Margaret Stevens4 months ago

    A lovely composition!

  • Thank you so much, Margaret!

    – Lynn Gedeon

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