Looking up close, really close, we see the intricate details and beauty in our world. I hope these macro and very close-up shots of a few Hawaiian flowers give you a moment of calm and and a sense of WOW. To see the full photo click on the first picture.
Notes: The beige looking honey comb is a flower called Beehive Ginger. There are a couple of flowers that have an overall similar look, but their small details are different. In these cases I show a picture of the whole flower followed by macro shots of parts of the flower.
Technical info: Fuji XT-3, Fuji 80mm macro lens. In order to have the entire flower in focus one needs to take a number of shots in manual mode focusing on different parts of the flower from closer to the camera to further away, then combine the files in Photoshop or other program designed to stack and combine files.