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Venation Collection

"Exploring the Intricate Venation of Nature's Canvas" Vibrant and captivating, the Violet Bramble Rust leaves its mark on a Bramble leaf

Background imageVenation Collection: Violet bramble rust (Phragmidium violaceum) causing red colouration on Bramble leaf

Violet bramble rust (Phragmidium violaceum) causing red colouration on Bramble leaf (Rubus fruticosus aggregate). Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. October

Background imageVenation Collection: RF- Close up of Leaves of Red Oak (Quercus rubra) in autumn. October

RF- Close up of Leaves of Red Oak (Quercus rubra) in autumn. October

Background imageVenation Collection: Desiccated leaf skeleton isolated against black background - North Carolina, USA

Desiccated leaf skeleton isolated against black background - North Carolina, USA

Background imageVenation Collection: Red-legged bumble-moth (Homoeocera gigantea) on Lichen covered tree trunk. Costa Rica

Red-legged bumble-moth (Homoeocera gigantea) on Lichen covered tree trunk. Costa Rica

Background imageVenation Collection: Anthonys poison-frog (Epipedobates anthonyi) seen through hole in leaf. Buenaventura Reserve

Anthonys poison-frog (Epipedobates anthonyi) seen through hole in leaf. Buenaventura Reserve, El Oro, Ecuador

Background imageVenation Collection: Extreme close up of bright red leave with deep veins

Extreme close up of bright red leave with deep veins; Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Background imageVenation Collection: Close-up of cabbage head and leaves

Close-up of cabbage head and leaves
Detail of water drops sitting on the head of a cabbage; Palmer, Alaska, United States of America

Background imageVenation Collection: A plant with leaves marked with a pattern of white veins

A plant with leaves marked with a pattern of white veins; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Background imageVenation Collection: Close-up of golden leaves on a tree against a blue sky in autumn, White Mountains National Forest

Close-up of golden leaves on a tree against a blue sky in autumn, White Mountains National Forest; New England, United States of America

Background imageVenation Collection: Close-up of a plant with dark green and vibrant purple foliage and delicate clusters of blossoms

Close-up of a plant with dark green and vibrant purple foliage and delicate clusters of blossoms; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Background imageVenation Collection: Leaf anatomy C015 / 5177

Leaf anatomy C015 / 5177
Leaf anatomy. Backlit collection of leaves showing the distribution of the veins

Background imageVenation Collection: Leaf anatomy C015 / 5178

Leaf anatomy C015 / 5178
Leaf anatomy. Backlit collection of leaves showing the distribution of the veins

Background imageVenation Collection: Fern frond morphology

Fern frond morphology
MODEL RELEASED. Fern frond morphology. Person studying a fern frond with a magnifying glass

Background imageVenation Collection: Gunnera plant leaf veins

Gunnera plant leaf veins
Leaf venation in a giant rhubarb plant (Gunnera manicata). Photosynthesis is carried out by chlorophyll-containing green cells within leaves

Background imageVenation Collection: Giant rhubarb leaf

Giant rhubarb leaf (Gunnera manicata). Photographed in Columbia

Background imageVenation Collection: Leaf veins

Leaf veins

Background imageVenation Collection: Autumnal leaves

Autumnal leaves. Crab apples leaves (Malus trilobata) on the ground. Photographed in November

Background imageVenation Collection: Skunk cabbage (Lysichiton americanus)

Skunk cabbage (Lysichiton americanus)
Yellow skunk cabbage leaf (Lysichiton americanus). Close-up of a backlit yellow skunk cabbage leaf showing the individual cells and veins

Background imageVenation Collection: Honeysuckle leaf (Lonicera sp. )

Honeysuckle leaf (Lonicera sp. )
Honeysuckle leaf (Lonicera sp.)

Background imageVenation Collection: Leaf detail

Leaf detail
Autumn leaf. Close-up of the surface of a maple leaf (Acer sp.) showing autumn colour. The green pigment chlorophyll has been broken down in most places

Background imageVenation Collection: Autumn leaf

Autumn leaf. Close-up of the surface of an oak leaf (Quercus sp.) showing autumn colour. The green pigment, chlorophyll, has been completely broken down to reveal the red pigment which is usually

Background imageVenation Collection: Common lime leaf (Tilia x europaea)

Common lime leaf (Tilia x europaea)

Background imageVenation Collection: Swiss chard (Beta Bulls Blood )

Swiss chard (Beta Bulls Blood )
Swiss chard (Beta vulgaris cicla Bulls Blood ) in a garden. This vegetable is often grown in cottage gardens for its attractive red foliage

Background imageVenation Collection: Hoffmannia foliage (Hoffmannia refulgens)

Hoffmannia foliage (Hoffmannia refulgens)
Hoffmannia foliage (Hoffmannia refulgens syn. Rubiaceae refulgens)

Background imageVenation Collection: Moosewood. (Acer pennsylvanicum)

Moosewood. (Acer pennsylvanicum) Close up of pendent foliage

Background imageVenation Collection: Brunnera macrophylla Jack Frost

Brunnera macrophylla Jack Frost
Brunnera flowers and foliage (Brunnera macrophylla Jack Frost )

Background imageVenation Collection: Crocuses (Crocus vernus Pickwick )

Crocuses (Crocus vernus Pickwick ). Photographed in March

Background imageVenation Collection: Young lime (Tilia cordata) leaves

Young lime (Tilia cordata) leaves. Unfolding leaves of the small-leaved lime tree

Background imageVenation Collection: Indian shot (Canna Durban ) leaf

Indian shot (Canna Durban ) leaf
Indian shot (Canna Durban ). Close-up of the leaf vein patterns

Background imageVenation Collection: Indian shot (Canna Durban ) leaf

Indian shot (Canna Durban ) leaf
Indian shot (Canna Durban ). Close-up of the leaf vein patterns


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"Exploring the Intricate Venation of Nature's Canvas" Vibrant and captivating, the Violet Bramble Rust leaves its mark on a Bramble leaf, showcasing nature's artistic touch. A Red-legged Bumble-Moth gracefully perches on a Lichen covered tree trunk in Costa Rica, blending seamlessly with its surroundings. Through a tiny hole in a leaf, we catch a glimpse of Anthony's Poison-Frog, an enchanting creature thriving within the lush Buenaventura Reserve. As autumn paints the landscape with warm hues, we zoom in on the intricate veins of Red Oak leaves - nature's masterpiece unfolding before our eyes. An extreme close-up reveals a brilliant red leaf adorned with deep veins that seem to tell tales of resilience and strength against time's passing seasons. The close-up view of cabbage head and leaves showcases their unique venation pattern - nature's delicate lacework at play. Veins like white rivers flow through the green canvas as we examine a plant marked by intricate patterns against its vibrant foliage backdrop. Against an azure sky backdrop in White Mountains National Forest, golden leaves stand out majestically - their veined beauty shining brightly during autumn days. Delighting our senses is a plant boasting dark green foliage tinged with vibrant purple hues and clusters of blossoms delicately adorning each branch. Dive into Leaf Anatomy C015 / 5177 & 5178 as we unravel the secrets hidden within these intricate networks that sustain life itself. Fern frond morphology takes center stage as we explore how these ancient plants have mastered venation over millions of years – truly awe-inspiring.