20 Beautiful Daisy Flower Images

Found nearly everywhere on our planet, the daisy is a flower that represents innocence and pureness. They are unique and fun to capture behind a lens because they come in a variety of colors and sizes. The 20 images below demonstrate the simplicity and beauty of the daisy as a photography subject.

✽ marguerites ✽ daisies ✽ by ✿ nicolas_gent ✿

✽ marguerites ✽ daisies ✽ by nicolas_gent

Flower Close Up In Darkness by A Guy Taking Pictures

Flower Close Up In Darkness by A Guy Taking Pictures

daisy

Image by Parvin

blue daisy by Luz Ariana Villa

blue daisy by Luz Ariana Villa

Looking up by Louise Docker

Looking up by Louise Docker

let's craft the only thing we know into surprise by Bùi Linh Ngân

Image by Bùi Linh Ngân

daisy

Image by Parvin

Daisy in the sky by Michel Filion

Daisy in the sky by Michel Filion

Rain drops keep falling on my head by Dennis Jarvis

Rain drops keep falling on my head by Dennis Jarvis

Daisy by Louise Docker

Daisy by Louise Docker

White daisy. by Richard Taylor

White daisy. by Richard Taylor

Daisy by Martinak15

Daisy by Martinak15

In the Limelight by Louise Docker

In the Limelight by Louise Docker

Sun Kissed... by Matt McGee

Sun Kissed by Matt McGee

Red Daisy by Dyanna Hyde

Red Daisy by Dyanna Hyde

Daisy by Hiroyuki Takeda

Daisy by Hiroyuki Takeda

Daises by Roy Rodgers

Daises by Roy Rodgers

daisy by Brad Greenlee

Daisy by Brad Greenlee

daisy by Steve Hankins

Daisy by Steve Hankins

Daisy by Jessica Diamond

Daisy by Jessica Diamond

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  1. Björn Schulz

    Lovely daisies …
    Here is another beautiful daisy ;-)

    http://on.fb.me/18vr6oO

  2. Vikas ravindran

  3. Vinod Jain

    Once I loved a girl named Daisy, she too was innocent and pure like Daisy Flowers.

    I shall put this flower on my desk to

  4. Theresa

    Ohhhh yessssss! GORGEOUS examples, one and all!

  5. Tilza Almeida

    Maravilhoso, sem palavras

  6. Eunice A

    They are usually used as an offering for the dead in my country, and that’s one of the reason why i love them. They effortlessly bring life to the world of the dead. The world of sadness, pain and sorrow. They’re the symbol of hope and serenity.

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