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Garden photography April: macros in the garden #4

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Birch catkins, St Mary’s College Quadrangle, St Andrews.

catkins

The next photo is a Himalayan Birch, from the same gardens.

catkins

Separate male and female catkins open before or with the leaves in spring, and it looks like the aphids aren’t wasting a moment…

This post is linking up with The Earth Laughs in Flowers .

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9 thoughts on “Garden photography April: macros in the garden #4

  1. I’ve never looked so closely at catkins before! How lovely 🙂

  2. Beautiful captures, Elaine. 🙂

  3. Aren’t they unusual. Drat those aphids, they’re everywhere!

  4. It is interesting how much more you notice when you go out with the intention of taking a close-up photo. Your catkins are a delight. The aphids not so much 😦

  5. They are unusual, Elaine. Obviously, the aphids don’t think so!

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