A flower that contains separate pistils (and therefore separate carpels) is termed apocarpous; if it contains a single pistil with two or more united carpels, it is syncarpous.
Hereunder are twelve film photos of beautiful pistil which shot by macro lens.
|Macro by nereaortega68|
|flower by way opening|
|Cool fire by Blinkr|
|Crocus by APD Photo|
|Untitled by Sergiomomo|
|Flower by Connor10|
|pistil by mfophotos|
|Fly Flower Pollen by matthijs rouw|
|Inside a lily-flowered tulip | macro by FlickrDelusions|
|* by m o n t s|
|Macro-Kings Park Perth by Lanthanumglass|
|Flower heart by got2knit|