"Tulip Tree Blossum"  © Doug Benner
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(@JimNall) Jim Nall said:May 24th, 2012 (5:46am) PDT
Another gorgeous capture Doug. Beautiful colors and textures, plus a great background for it! It shines sir!
(@JACQUELINE MARIMON) Jacqueline MARIMON said:May 23rd, 2012 (8:18am) PDT
(@JKKimball) John Kimball said:May 22nd, 2012 (5:56am) PDT
Excellent on all levels Doug!
(@davidmcmahon) David McMahon said:May 22nd, 2012 (2:19am) PDT
You've totally nailed this shot. Great light and the missing petal affords us a great view of the interior. The piece de resistance, for me, is the miniature moisture beads. Wow, Doug.
(@pietflour) piet flour said:May 22nd, 2012 (12:43am) PDT
majestic flower photography ... unique quality and beauty you present and combine
(@SilenaLambertini) Silena Lambertini said:May 21st, 2012 (10:42pm) PDT
Lavoro perfetto, eseguito alla perfezione
(@lorenzo) Lorenzo Cassina said:May 21st, 2012 (5:25pm) PDT
Superlative work here Doug. It's always a pleasure to browse your creations. Inspiring! Big congrats to you.
Many thanks for your kind comments to my work. Much appreciated! Lorenzo
(@Michael) Michael D. Friedman said:May 21st, 2012 (5:24pm) PDT
Fine macro work (as usual), Doug!
(@Leckie1463) Todd Leckie said:May 21st, 2012 (4:28pm) PDT
Excellent macro work!
(@Cathy) Cathy Donohoue said:May 21st, 2012 (3:38pm) PDT
Gorgeous - incredible macro.
(@DaniParra) Dani Parra said:May 21st, 2012 (2:59pm) PDT
(@RCD6875) Bob Duff said:May 21st, 2012 (2:59pm) PDT
Fabulous light Doug. Excellent.
(@BerndKinghorst) Bernd Kinghorst said:May 21st, 2012 (12:11pm) PDT
wonderfull view to the inner parts of this beautiful flower..
(@Joanot) Joanot said:May 21st, 2012 (11:51am) PDT
Masterpiece, my friend
(@mauropasquero) mauro pasquero said:May 21st, 2012 (11:50am) PDT
Most excellent work !!!
(@rich007) Rich Mayer said:May 21st, 2012 (11:15am) PDT
Nice idea here Doug. I like how the missing ( surgery? ) piece of the flower gives us access to the middle :-)
(@CharlieBaugh) Charlie Baugh said:May 21st, 2012 (11:07am) PDT
Wow, Is this what they look like? We have one which is much more greenish and the tulip like blooms blend in so, as you say, they are not blatant and you need to look carefully. IIRC it is from the magnolia family. Absolutely splendid image, Doug.
(@pandora) pandora said:May 21st, 2012 (11:00am) PDT
thank you for showing this beauty so close! i've seen them from a distance only and am amazed how gracile and detailed their inside is. what a beautifull little cup of light.
(@migusilva) Miguel António de Almeida e Silva said:May 21st, 2012 (10:58am) PDT
This flower is simply divine. I am overwhelmed with so much beauty. I loved it.
(@PeterMichael) Peter Michael said:May 21st, 2012 (9:55am) PDT
Very nice close-up, lovely colour and focus.
(@JeremyBarton)  said:May 21st, 2012 (9:15am) PDT
Nice work
(@timbutler54) Tim Butler said:May 21st, 2012 (8:36am) PDT
A hidden jewel Doug! The orange/red flames around the bottom of the bowl and just stunning. Amazing detail on the inner cone as well. Most excellent. Sometimes I think it would be easier to just write a script to "Like" and "Fav" whatever you post!
(@mcmac) Ian McGregor said:May 21st, 2012 (8:25am) PDT

Doug Benner
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Also known as tulip poplar or liriodendron, this is one of my favorite trees, for obvious reasons. But the blossom is not in our normal line of sight, so you have to know where to look. This tree is on the edge of the woods right off of our back deck. Most visitors are really surprised and delighted to see the many beautiful blossums when I point them out.

Uploaded: May 21st, 2012 (8:22am)
Category: flora/fauna
GPS: Lat: 40.088, Lon: -76.83734
Camera: Canon 450D with Tamron 90mm

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