SAN DIEGO BOTANIC GARDEN
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Canon EOS 20D
Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
1/200s f/18.0 at 100.0mm iso400
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Wow.. unbelievable detail..:>ote
Very nice detail. -BJ
Really pretty, love the light and detail!
Stunning detail! I love the Borago because of the furry little buds...
Gorgeous macro! I'm not familiar w/ this flower; it looks
unearthly at this size.
if this is like the borage we get over here the flowers are tiny, so very impressive
to get so much detail!
Wonder macro, love the deep blue colour.
Great picture. Excellent DOF.
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography
Very nice, like a spider :)
Excellent image with great detail and nice use of your dof...
Great shot Herb.
Terrific macro. This is not a big bloom.
Excellent detail, Herb.
Beautiful shot. I love those colors.
Really nice macro. The detail is just incredible.
Beautiful colors, outstanding macro quality. Voted.
nice close up
Beautiful details and colours too!
Beautiful macro and blossom.
I am not familiar with this plant. It is beautiful, and the detail on this is amazing.
Outstanding. Beautiful details and colors. Voted!
Gorgeous macro! Incredible fine details!
Beautiful work Herb.
Alfred F. Lee, (Grumpa)
Edible flowers hardly get any prettier than this, and this grows like crazy around here, too. Nice picture!
Beautiful shot! Neat flower.
Excellent macro, Herb. There is so much detail.
Great shot of an unsual looking flower!
Coleen Perilloux Landry
Lovely... well done...
What an interesting plant - nice capture!
Absolutely stunning Herb! I love this plant & must
remember to plant more of it, the blue is so gorgeous.
Unusual flower! Beautiful shot - love all the detail!
Beautiful flower! So unusual...
The blue is amazing. Great macro, Herb.
Gayle P. Clement
I love seeing this. I haven't planted borage in a few years and it brought back memories of putting the flowers in salads and one of my grandsons standing near the plant eating the flowers before they ever made it to a salad.