Dave Kennard

Dave Kennard

Posted on 06/05/2013


Photo taken on June  5, 2013


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Asteraceae
Eukaryota
Compositae
Common Daisy
Lawn Daisy
Angiosperms
English Daisy
Asters
Flowering Plants
Biota
Dicotyledons
UV Photography
Asterales
Daisies
Life
Infrared
Vitae
Plants
Ultraviolet
Plantae
Magnoliophyta
Magnoliopsida
Sunflowers
Bellis
Bellis perennis
IR Photography


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Daisy flower Bellis perennis [Vis UV IR]

Daisy flower Bellis perennis [Vis UV IR]
Spectral comparison of a Common Daisy flower (Bellis perennis) photographed with reflected visible light (top), ultraviolet light (middle), and infrared light (bottom). The flower does not have any ultraviolet markings on its petals, but the centre appears much darker in ultraviolet. The tonality of the flower is much the same under infrared light as it is in visible light.

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