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One of the things I love about macro photography is getting into the edit and being able to magnify the image and see the details, every now and then I am surprised by a photobomb. Did you see it? If not zoom in to take a closer look (also highlighted in the 3rd image)!


This is Nerium Oleander, most commonly known as oleander or Nerium. It is the only species currently classified in the genus Nerium. It is so widely cultivated that no precise region of origin has been identified, though it is usually associated with the Mediterranean Basin. 


I love this image not only because of the photobomb but the little hairs that are on the filament. The unique shapes in this flower are really outstanding.


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