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I enjoy taking photos with my iPhone 6. Although it is quite a few generations behind, it has served me very well in visual accompaniment to my articles both here and in other platforms.
One of my favourite shots are close-ups. The phone does not do macro shots that well but it is good enough for me to play with. The newer generations are something worth considering but they are very expensive.
When I was having one of my morning walks, I came across these Bougainvillea petals on the ground. They have dropped from their plant, wind blew them to where they were but the flower still looked pretty.
One thing I like about this flower is that the petals retain its colour and shape for quite a while before they wither. And these were taken by turning my phone upside down, so that the camera was near the ground. When the shot was taken, it focused on the petals and blurs the background, which gave it a nice bokeh effect. I love photos with bokeh effect. I do not always achieve that but when I do, it is quite a joy to see.
The Bougainvillea flowers come in many colour variations and the petals are very paper like. I love the pinkish hue on this variation and here is another fallen flower.