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Single Yellow Flower
Single Yellow Flower
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > April 2006 > Single Yellow Flower

Hairy Maw
Hairy Maw
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > April 2006 > Hairy Maw

Wavy-Leaved Thistle
Wavy-Leaved Thistle
Species: Cirsium undulatum (wavy-leaf thistle)

John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Cathedral Road Trip > Wavy-Leaved Thistle

Little Purple Flower
Little Purple Flower
Species: Calochortus macrocarpus (sagebrush mariposa lily)

John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Cathedral Road Trip > Little Purple Flower

Scarlet Gilia
Scarlet Gilia
Species: Ipomopsis aggregata (scarlet gilia)

John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Cathedral Road Trip > Scarlet Gilia

White Fawn Lily
White Fawn Lily
Species: Erythronium oregonum (White Fawnlily)

John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > March, 2005 > White Fawn Lily

Yellow Glacier Lily With Hook
I really like the hook in the stem.
Species: Erythronium grandiflorum (Yellow Glacier Lily)

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > A Second Attempt on Mt Cheam > Yellow Glacier Lily With Hook

Sitka Valerian
In general, I don't like white flowers. I'm trying to get over my aversion.
Species: Valeriana sitchensis (Sitka Valerian)

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > A Second Attempt on Mt Cheam > Sitka Valerian

Sub Alpine Daisy
I love the name fleabane. I wonder if it's true.
Species: Erigeron peregrinus (Subalpine Fleabane, Subalpine Daisy)

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > Whistler Peak and Harmony Lake > Sub Alpine Daisy

Fringed Grass-Of-Parnassus
Parnassia fimbriata to it's closer friends. There were few flowers growing this late, but these Saxifrage were one of the exceptions.
Species: Parnassia fimbriata (fringed grass of Parnassus)

John Harvey Photo > Brandywine Meadows > Fringed Grass-Of-Parnassus

Blurry Pedals
I like how the tips of the pedals are have a thin region where the focus changes. It's difficult to see if the pedal tips are forward or back.
John Harvey Photo > Flowers in Vancouver Public Parks > Sutcliffe Park > Blurry Pedals

Dafodil
The date is approximate (might be a week too early) - I took these photos as part of my project for my first photo course at Emily Carr. This picture shows the strong back lighting.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Dafodil

Lots Of Pedals
The date is approximate (might be a week too early) - I took these photos as part of my project for my first photo course at Emily Carr. Another image that shows the strong back lighting.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Lots Of Pedals

Dafodil Looking Down
The date is approximate (might be a week too early) - I took these photos as part of my project for my first photo course at Emily Carr. The negative for this has been scratched and printing it in a dark room (It was a special request) is very difficult.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Dafodil Looking Down

Lots Of Pedals Side
The date is approximate (might be a week too early) - I took these photos as part of my project for my first photo course at Emily Carr. This is one my favorites for detail.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Lots Of Pedals Side

Gerbera
This was a special request for Heidi - she loves Gerbera's.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Gerbera

Tulip Touching Itself
This one always makes me grin. I enjoy how soft the curves of the stem are, but there isn't quite enough light on the background, making printing difficult.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Tulip Touching Itself

Fairy Slipper - Calypso bulbosa

This orchid was growing in a few meters from Twentysix Mile Creek.

Species: Calypso bulbosa (Fairy-Slipper Orchid)

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > Skagit River > Fairy Slipper - Calypso bulbosa

Tulip From Under
This is one my personal favorites. I love the surface detaail where the pedals join.
John Harvey Photo > Learn Photography > Learn Flower Photography > Tulip From Under

Pink And White Flowers
Pink And White Flowers
Species: Valeriana sitchensis (Sitka valerian)

John Harvey Photo > Flowers in Manning Park > Pink And White Flowers

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