This first photo demonstrates the ability to focus through closer leaves to the center of the seedling bloom, producing an image with crisp anthers.
Here are some other new 2014 seedling photos.
'Singin' in the Rain' X 'First Impression':
'Gemini' X 'First Impression':
'Darlow's Enigma' X "Mixed 2013 Hulthemia seedling pollen":
And yes, just like it's seed parent, the above seedling is fragrant and blooms a ton (has been nearly continuously in bloom from the very first blooms).
The next seedling resulted from a cross of a 2011 Hulthemia seedling with 'Eyes For You'. It is the only 'Eyes For You' seedling that I have kept, but looks to be a good one and is fragrant.
The last photos are of two of my favorite 2014 seedlings, the first coming from a cross of "O212-1" X "Q247-3", and the final photo of a seedling from a cross of "N159-5" X "Q62-1".
The last seedling appears to be thornless, a trait that comes from it's grandparent "Basye's Thornless". I especially like the clarity of this photo where not only the anthers are clearly in focus, but so is the fuzz on the inside of the reflexing sepal. I can hardly believe that the Camera+ App only cost $1.99 (this is not an advertisement by the way!) I'm looking forward to having more fun with my iPhone camera.