Lovely Flower Photography by Mia Minor

Mia Minor is a self-taught photographer from Slovakia. She got her first camera last summer and photography is now her passion. Mia loves to explore the world around her. She loves being able to experience it in different ways, especially those tiny bits that often go unnoticed. For Mia, that is why macro and flower photography is an enchanting and lovely world that is worth exploring.

If you would like to see more of Mia’s photography, check out her Flickr Photostream and website.

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little red

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hope of a new day

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dahlias

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spring

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light my fire

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hope

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one sunny day

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silent thoughts

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spiral

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inside

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just……….remember me

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cosmos flower

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dahlia

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dahlia

Mia Minor

starshine

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  1. Indigo Janson

    Mia’s photography is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  2. Jenny Martin

    Like the shallow DOF and the angles

  3. Destin

    Love the colours

  4. wedding photographers ipswich

    I’d love to know a little bit more about the equipment she uses for these images. Does anyone know any links of interview or more information on this lady?

    • mia

      Hi,
      first of all thank you all for your nice comments, I use Nikon D3100 18 -55mm lens for all my photos and for close ups and macros I use extension tubes. If you have any other questions send me an email or a message to my photostream on flickr, you can find the link above the photos. have a nice day!
      mia

  5. HENNIE BARNARD

    This so beautiful,wish they are mine

  6. mohsen javadi

    There are very nice pics, I love all of them

  7. Gail Gundrum

    I love the picture of the Cosmo. And of course the little ant on the stem. Beautiful picture.

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