Bee on Salvia

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Bee on Salvia

A flying bee in search of pollen around the purple tubular salvia blooms is the focal point of this photograph, surrounded by smooth and dreamy mauve bokeh.

A close up photo of a bee flying around a purple Salvia flower.

Salvia is the largest genus of plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae.

The name Salvia comes from the Latin salvere, which means to feel well and healthy and the verb related to salus, ones health, well-being, prosperity or salvation, which refer to the herb's healing properties.

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Style Color
Format Portrait
Colors Purple
Depth of Field Shallow
Lighting Natural
Technique Macro photography
Composition Rule of thirds, Negative space, Shallow depth of field
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