Hard to tell from the camera angle and lack of information about stem structure. But, from the petals and stamens and apparently opposite odd-pinnate compound leaves with serrate leaflets, maybe try starting with wild Rosa species of your area. Particularly if the stems have prickles.No idea what flower this is
That’s a great question, I’ve not seen a style guide for the forum. I just put them after because the EXIF data is also after, but never really gave it much thought otherwise. Thanks though! I do wildlife posts every day so I accumulate quite a few flower photos!Great photos sir.
As an aside, is there a convention for putting descriptions either before or after the photo, I wonder?
Not a criticism, but I prefer one before and just got slightly confused with yours being at the end and so close to the following photo.
It's probably just me though.