A followup of 3 geraniums photographed in UVIVF.It’s worth pointing out that the middle flower here is a freak, having 6 petals as compared to the normal 5.
Original geranium post.
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A followup of 3 geraniums photographed in UVIVF.

It’s worth pointing out that the middle flower here is a freak, having 6 petals as compared to the normal 5.

Original geranium post.

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   An orange daisy, photographed in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.
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An orange daisy, photographed in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.

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   Dark green leaves with light pink spots from a Hypoestes plant, illuminated with ultraviolet light, and photographed in visible light.
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Dark green leaves with light pink spots from a Hypoestes plant, illuminated with ultraviolet light, and photographed in visible light.

   UVIVF photograph of a geranium flower
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UVIVF photograph of a geranium flower

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Pink (left) and yellow (right) celosia photographed in ultraviolet induced visible fluorescence.

The name, celosia, is Greek in origin and literally means ‘burned’ due to the flame-like flower heads. To complement their appearance, I experimented during the exposure to simulate flame effects in the background.

It’s worth noting that celosia, like dandelions, is wholly edible, with each part being used in some cultures to treat certain ailments beyond simply providing nutritive value.

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A yellow lily, photographed in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.

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   Purple starflowers, photographed in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.
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Purple starflowers, photographed in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.

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Photographed in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.

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   Strange thistly flower, photographed in ultraviolet induced visible fluorescence.
ID anyone?
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Strange thistly flower, photographed in ultraviolet induced visible fluorescence.

ID anyone?

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Lantana flower cluster photographed in ultraviolet induced visible fluorescence.

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