Pink gerbera dasies-macro photography

Pink gerbera flowers for Thanksgiving!

Gerbera daisies are one of my favorite flowers, though we have them only in the flower shop.
Gerbera flower is native to South Africa and it is member of Asteraceae family, just like sunflowers, daisies, chrysanthemums and asters.
I like the bold and striking appearance of these daisy-like flowers.
Here are a few gerbera macros, a Thanksgiving gift for everyone.

Happy Thanksgiving Day!

Pink gerbera macro photo
Pink gerbera daisy close-up


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hello and Happy Pink Saturday maiaT...
I so love this post. The gerbera daisy were my nieces favorite flower in the whole world. She passed away 4 weeks ago, and everytime I see a gerbera daisy it makes me smile. Thank you for this smile today and for sharing with me.

You did a beautiful job photographing the beauty of this flower. The petals are just gorgeous.

Country hugs...Sherry

S-V-H said...

You're flowers are all so beautiful, special this Gerbera... wow!!!


SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful shots, I love the pink color of this Gerbera. They are also very hardy, I have a red one on the patio and it is still blooming long after my other flowers are gone.

Liz said...

Hi Maia I only found your blog this week and have to say that your photos are lovely. I like the way you captured the candle light in the graveyards. I've never seen that before. I've put a link to yours on my blog so hopefully you'll get some more visitors to appreciate your photos. Happy Pink saturday :)

LV said...

I love gerbera daisies as well. I am glad you shared a bit of their background. I did not know all that about them. A great pink showing.

Grace said...

Beautiful flowers. Gerbers are my favorite...and Pink. Happy Pink Saturday! Grace

Catharina Maria said...

Hallo Maia , what a beautiful pink flower post !
Happy weekend and love from Rini the Netherlands

Beverly said...

Wow, Maia! These photos are stunning. What a wonderful gift you have shared with all of us today.

Happy Pink Saturday.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Maia,
Your flowers are incredible! Love the pink! Have a wonderful Pink Saturday.


Claudia said...

Gorgeous photos of Gerbera Daisies! I love that flower, too. I have a few photos of them myself - they have such a wonderful texture.

Happy Pink Saturday!

Tricia said...

What beautiful daisies! I absolutely love the last one. The colors are so vibrant. I like the fact that you shared something about them too. I didn't know that all of those flowers were native to S. Africa. I'm so glad we get to enjoy them here! Happy Pink Saturday.


Char said...

Now, THAT is just beautiful, Happy Pink Saturday, Char

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pink Gerbera blossoms ;-)
Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs and blessings,

Light and Voices said...

You are definately "Queen" of taking macro photos of flowers. Excellent Pink Saturday post.
Joyce M

Mary Bergfeld said...

Maia, your pink blossoms are lovely to see at this time of year when we are surrounded by so much red and orange and gold. I hope you are having a wonderful Pink Saturday.

Claudia said...

What a lovely shot of the Pink!

Welcome to Pink Saturday we are a fun bunch!

Dont forget to reply to Beverly -- I am the prime example -- I forgot and left off the list! LOL dang!

I signed up to FOLLOW you-- if you get a moment i would love you to stop by and follow me too -- or just say hi :)

TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥

lisa said...

Happy Pink Saturday!

I absolutely adore Gerbera Daisies, they are gorgeous.

Pale Pink And Roses

Susie Jefferson said...

I love macro photography - you could just drown in these flowers.

Happy Pink Saturday!

Stephanie Suzanne Designs said...

I love gerbera daisies too....Happy PiNk to you and have a great week.

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