Flower Swirl, by Roberto Pagani

I took this photograph during a walk on a path around an artificial lake over the Toce waterfalls in Piemonte, northern of Italy, going toward Varrone Valley. I cropped the image in order to drive the attention on the pistils with that particular shape like swirl.

Flower Swirl, by Roberto Pagani

CANON EOS 350D with EF 100mm f/2.8 | Exposure 1/100 sec @ f/2.8 | ISO: 100 | Focal length: 100 mm | tripod
Flower Swirl, by Roberto Pagani

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | August 28
Photo of the Day Award Category: Close-Up Photography
Photograph Location: Val Formazza | Italy

Photographer: Roberto Pagani (Monza, Italy) Registered
Roberto Pagani is a self-taught photographer who enjoys taking pictures since 1978 after a vacation with friends in Sicil. He started with a Yashica FR and he used a Contax 139X. He has fully converted to digital since 2006 using a Canon EOS 350D and then a Canon EOS 7D. Hi loves shooting nature, street photography, macro, landscape and travel photography. Some of his works have been published on magazines or featured around the web.

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