I especially love hydrangeas when they’re starting out. In this plant you can see its various stages of growth.
Chelsham Road, Clapham, London, UK
Posted in Floral, photography
Tagged beautiful, bigleaf, botanical, colorful, flowers, growth, hortensia, hydrangea, macrophylla, mophead, multicolored, nature
Richmond Park, London, UK.
Bloedel Floral Conservatory
Vancouver, BC, Canada
The tip of one of the fertile fronds on a deer fern (Blechnum spicant). Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC May 2015
Posted in Design, Macro photography, Nature
Tagged botany, deer fern, frond, furl, green, leaflets, leaves, nature, Plant, spiral
I was taken with the delicate structure of this leaf at the end of its life.
More tulips from Salt Lake City.
An abstract macro photograph of a Ferrite Memory Core plane from an early IBM mainframe computer. This grid is made up of fine wire threaded through tiny magnetic ferrite rings (cores). Magnetic core memory, a type of random-access memory (RAM), was introduced in 1955 and succeeded in the 1970s by solid-state memory in integrated circuits.
The Museum of Modern Art has three in its permanent collection, but none on display.
Posted in Abstract, Macro photography, Monochrome
Tagged b&w, black and white, computers, computing, data storage, electronics, ferrite, hardware, ibm, magnetic core memory, mainframe, memory, monochrome, photography, RAM, technology
Washington Triumph tulips in Salt Lake City.