Friday Flower Fiesta (5-5-17)—Little flowers looking big

Friday Flower Fiesta

All of the following pictures were taken with a rental Tamron 150-600mm lens.

The flowers are teeny tiny flowers, flowers that usually lose out to their bigger cousins like roses, tulips, hibiscuses (hibisci?), and such.

The 600mm end of the lens creates better background blur (called bokeh) that makes the flowers stand out more, so now these little ones can look all purty like their bigger cousins.

Tiny flowers at Ramona Grasslands, Ramona, California

Tiny flowers at Ramona Grasslands, Ramona, California

Tiny flowers at Ramona Grasslands, Ramona, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Escondido, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Escondido, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Escondido, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Escondido, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo, San Diego, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo, San Diego, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, San Diego, California

Tiny flowers at San Diego Zoo, San Diego, California

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7 thoughts on “Friday Flower Fiesta (5-5-17)—Little flowers looking big

  1. cat9984

    Beautiful pictures! Do you know what they are? One looks like a type of clover we have here and a couple of others looks familiar, but I have no idea on some of the others

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