Saturday, 4 May 2013


Currently, we have many flowers of a Forget-me-not (Myosotis sp.) garden variety. The UV-reflection of this flower is special in the way that it is changing while the flower blossoms. So you have flowers that are nearly UV-dark next to others that reflect UV quite well.

This is how the flowers appear in visible light:

The UV-reflection:

And the simulated bee-colours:

Images were taken with the EL-Nikkor 80mm /f5.6 at f8, with sunlight.

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