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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.
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.
Very Beautiful!! Love the deep dark rich color and lighting on the white blooms!!!
Thank you so much for your wonderful comments and visit, Rick!
– Lynn Gedeon
soooo pretty!!!!!! love this!
Love your beautiful comments and the fave, Charmiene! Thank you so much!
It’s so beautiful, Lynn!!
Love your wonderful comment and the fave, Angelika! Thank you so much!
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!
Gorgeous capture Lynn. :o)
Thank you so very much, Bunny!
Gorgeous comp and light!
Love your wonderful comments, Angie…thank you so very much!
And, thanks so much for the fave!
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!
they are beautiful xx
Thank you so much, Lynn!
A lovely composition!
Thank you so much, Margaret!