Perth Wildflower Festival
Each year, the Perth/King's Park wildflower festival comes around, showing off some of the wildflowers in King's Park itself and that can be enticed to grow in pots within the festival enclosure. This year, the attractions included a talk by Steve Parish on his nature phototography experiences and philosophy.
So inspired, I spent a few hours wandering around the displays trying to find arrangements that seemed to work. All the photos below were taken with a Nikon D70 with either the 18-70 kit lens or an AF 105mm f/2.8 micro lens.
Individual flower shots taken at the various displays. Even a shot of a bee coming in to land. I'd have to suggest anyone allgeric to bees didn't try to do close-up photography at this wildflower festival.
Or yellow, or green. Shots of groups of flowers that go on forever. This is where a closer-focussing wide-angle lens would have been really handy.