Flowers look way more beautiful if you're a bug

The world looks a lot cooler if you're a bug, as Craig P. Burrows demonstrates in his striking series of flowers shot in ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence.

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String of pearls flower. Super tiny little guy, not even a full inch tall, but holding a powerful punch as far as amazing smells. #stringofpearls #succulent #succulents #sucs #garden #xeriscaping #macro #macro_highlight #macro_globe #coolflowers #blue #red #pollen #glowing #magical #nature #photo #photography #featuredpalette #photograph

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I'm surprised I haven't posted this yet. The full rez one is really cool with details even on the tiny floret buds. #daisy #Shasta #florets #composite #flower #glowing #luminous #pollen #petals #macro_globe #macro_vision #macro #neon #nature #botany #fantastic #trippy #blooming #blume #photo #photograph

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Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence (Craig P. Burrows via MyModernMet)