Using a wideangle lens to photograph flowers will show the habitat in which they grows as well as the plants themselves. This provides the viewer of the picture more information about the plant than a formal portrait.



Below are a couple of pictures of Golden Samphire flowering on the rocks above the high tide area on Gower, Wales. Using the Canon EF 17mm - 40mm f4L zoome lens I am able to show the flower growing in it's habitat.



Meadow Saxifrage in Churchyard, Linslade, Beds.


Common Spotted Orchids on Dunstable Downs, Bedfordshire, 2007.


Dog Dasies. Cople pits, Bedfordshire.



Pasque Flower, Therfield Heath, Herts.


Oxlips, Gamlingay Wood NR, Cambs.


Wild Candytuff on Pegsdon Hills NR, Beds.


Common Rockrose on the Mendip Hills, June 2008.


Alexanders growing on road verge in north Norfolk, May 2008.


Bell Heather regrowing after fire on Thursley Heath NNR, August 2008.


Yellow-horned Poppy on shingle beach, Sandwich, Kent. July 2008.
Thrift growing on Worms Head, Gower, Wales.
Cowslips, Cressbrookdale, Peak District. May 2008.
Early Purple Orchid, Cressbrookdale, Peak District.
Chiltern Gentians in a disused chalk quarry in Bedfordshire. July 27th 2008.

All pictures are Copyright of Richard Revels FRPS