Rediff readers have been sharing stunning #IndiaPhotos from their travels across the country.
Here are some interesting macro shots of nature sent by our readers.
IMAGE: Debmalya Mazumder shared this macro shot of the passion flower. As you can see, they have a distinct corona.
IMAGE: Debmalya Mazumder shared another close up of the core of a flower.
IMAGE: For Palanki Narayana, the sunflower reminds him of mathematics in nature.
'The number of petals in chrysanthemums and sunflowers is governed by Fibonacci series. Photo shows a sun flower with 34 petals. A smaller flower will have 21 petals and a bigger one 65, all being Fibonacci numbers,' he elaborates.
IMAGE: Amitava Mitra snapped a cluster of bright pink flowers during his trip to North Bengal.
IMAGE: We wind up with this macro image of a flower's stamen revealing the pollen posted by Debmalya Mazumder.
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Disclaimer: The photographs featured in this series are, to the best of our knowledge, original entries submitted by readers.