Spring in Close-up.

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Acer Tegmentosum Snakebark Maple
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With early flowers.
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Euphorbia dulcis ‘Chameleon Red’
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Paeonia festiva maxima
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Philadelphus coronarius ‘Aureus’
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Pittosporum ‘Tom Thumb’
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Erica arb. ‘Alberts Gold’
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Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Burgundy’
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Pyrus. Pear ‘Invincible’
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Sambucus nigra ‘Aurea’
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Lycesteria formosa ‘Goldern Laterns’
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Cornus Kesselringii
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Viburnum sargentii ‘Onondaga’
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Spiraea

These pictures were taken with my Canon 18-200mm lens with the Canon close up lens 500D 72mm attached.

What is providing you with a Close-up view of spring?

30 thoughts on “Spring in Close-up.

  1. I love to watch everything opening in the Spring and the closer you look the more beautiful it is. Great photographs. I have never seen the flowers of the Snakeskin Acer. Amelia

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  2. Gorgeous images, Brian, so easy to miss the magic of these tiny details. Cornus kessringii is one of my favourites, especially now with it’s waxy looking new leaves burst forth.

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  3. Thanks for inspiring me Brian. In the new garden,there is not much…Yet I have a few specials in pots, I’ll go out and appreciate them!

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  4. Very nice, lovely colours and detail. I find it very rewarding to look at things in close-up, especially now, with all the new growth being perfect. I like the look of Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Burgundy’, another leaf that looks like little hands!

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  5. Beautiful work! At the moment it’s quite chilly in North Norfolk and it’s raining cats and dogs, but we are quite optimistic the flowers will open soon. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Greetings from the Fab Four

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