Up close and personal

For a while the sun shone and the wind was negligible so I thought I would get the macro lens out and take a few closeups. So his week, by way of a change, I will post some close up pics as a little quiz and reveal what the plants are the next day.

We will start with a easy one!

poppy close up

And here is a shot of the back of the flower to give an extra clue.

poopy back

Answer tomorrow morning




2 Comments on “Up close and personal”

  1. painterwrite
    September 29, 2015 at 5:28 pm #

    The top pic reminds me of some sort of fancy cookie or dessert…then again, I’m feeling a little hungry so that may be influencing my guess.

  2. thebikinggardener
    September 29, 2015 at 5:49 pm #

    Ah yes, a crumble cookie with sugar on top! I am hungry now too!

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