California beaches not only offer great views and warm water, but also a wide variety of flowers and plant life.
A patch of sunflowers on a farm near a barn offers an idyllic summer setting.
A late spring snowstorm froze all the flowers in the area, covering them in ice and snow.
Early morning sunlight illuminates these stripes of pink and white from behind, making them glow.
The sun shines on freshly frozen flowers after a freak snowstorm in late spring.
Burst of Perfection
This flower was so soft and perfectly formed that it almost looked like it was made of silk instead of real. Its vibrant colors and pattern offer a beautiful sight to behold.
A freak snowstorm in late spring was not kind to the early spring flowers.
The sun sets behind this pure white bloom, giving a strong contrast and backlight while making the flower glow.
A unique look from the ground up on a beautiful patch of daffodils.
Flower closeups usually blur out the details of the flowers away from a thin focal point. By stacking the detail throughout multiple shots we can see the whole flower in focus at once.
A ray of sunshine lights up a single tulip.
This unique and colorful blooms hang down from the leaves above, giving them a nice contrast with the surrounding foliage.
Taking a macro view of the center of a flower covered in dew shows the detail of each water drop and the curves of the flower.
Burst of Yellow
These bright yellow blooms blend well with the morning blue sky.
These hardy flowers easily shake off the snow from a freak spring snowstorm.
Sea of Pink
Fresh dew covers this field of pink blooms
A single blue flower in a field of grass on a cool summer morning, covered in dew.
A single tulip blooms in the freshly green fields.
This flower on the coast of CA dried out and looked like someone made it out of string.
These red paintbrushes dot the landscape in the mid west mountains.