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Bottlebrush flower head close-up macro image

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Description

Stock photo of Bottlebrush flower head with close-up macro detail due to the macro magnification. This macro photo was taking in studio conditions using macro lens and flash photography to isolate the subject on a black background which allows the main focal point to be the stunningly vibrant red colored flower head. The Bottlebrush flower also known botanically as Callistemon is a flowering shrub which can grow into an extremely tall tree given the growing conditions. Endemic to Australia Callistemon has spread and can be found all over the world. The Callistemon is commonly known as the Bottlebrush due to the cylindrical brush like Bottlebrush flowers which consist of many individual stamens and looks very similar to the bottlebrushes parents use to clean a babies bottle. There are a number of flamboyant species such as the lemon colored citrus Callistemon and white colored Callistemon pallidus. They have been grown in Europe as far back as 1789 when it was introduced to Kew Gardens in by Joseph Banks

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JPG Raster, 8.31 MB

Description

Stock photo of Bottlebrush flower head with close-up macro detail due to the macro magnification. This macro photo was taking in studio conditions using macro lens and flash photography to isolate the subject on a black background which allows the main focal point to be the stunningly vibrant red colored flower head. The Bottlebrush flower also known botanically as Callistemon is a flowering shrub which can grow into an extremely tall tree given the growing conditions. Endemic to Australia Callistemon has spread and can be found all over the world. The Callistemon is commonly known as the Bottlebrush due to the cylindrical brush like Bottlebrush flowers which consist of many individual stamens and looks very similar to the bottlebrushes parents use to clean a babies bottle. There are a number of flamboyant species such as the lemon colored citrus Callistemon and white colored Callistemon pallidus. They have been grown in Europe as far back as 1789 when it was introduced to Kew Gardens in by Joseph Banks