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BigBean PRO 7:47am, 17 August 2007
This is the place to show off your best, most beautiful Flowers!!

Exotic Flowers you saw on your Travels,
Your favourite Flowers from your Garden...
Even an Interesting weed by the side of the Road!!

PLEASE Tell us something about your shot!! ***
Where did you take it?
Why did you take it/ what do you love about your shot?
Was it a hard shot to get? Was the weather not co-operating?
Was the sun just totally in the wrong place ?
; )

So, let's see 'Nature's Best! Flowers!!!
How do I Add my Picture to the Thread??

*** photos without descriptions and added (written) information may be removed from the thread!
We want to share information and helpful advice AS WELL AS your beautiful photos!
There are so many truly great Nature photographers in this group, this is a wonderful place to pick up tips and tricks and experience from each other.
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stumayhew PRO 10 years ago
This was taken in a neighbours garden - i was amazed how it came out , it looks like a melting ice -cream and has proved to be my most popular shot on flick - approaching 1000 views ! Used a |Sigma 150mm apo marco lens and a canon 5D body

BigBean PRO 10 years ago
wow- that really is a very beautiful shot.
I'm going to have to fave that...

thanks for sharing it!
love_child_kyoto Posted 10 years ago. Edited by love_child_kyoto (member) 10 years ago
Thank you for invitation.
Otakusahydrangea, called literally "beauty willow" in Japanese. Tell me who you are so beautiful for.

Yellow Beauty
click_click PRO 10 years ago

Thanks for the invite!

This was a shot of one of those "big daisies" in my garden. I can't think of the name offhand. Its one of my favourite shots because it is a simple shot of a simple subject which has turned into something very lovely, or so I'm told. I recently had a canvas print made of this as a gift, it turned out very well.
David Lev PRO 10 years ago

Thanks for the invite. This is not the photo I was invited to submit, but I think it is a good example to my 170 Gazania shots. It is a simple flower with an amazing range of colors and textures.
greekstifado - Yanni Posted 10 years ago. Edited by greekstifado - Yanni (member) 10 years ago
Thanks Ben for the invite. This was shot in my backyard using my Olympus E-500 with a 40-150mm zoom lens set at 150mm. This is a straight shot with no Photoshop help. I loved how everything was out of focus except for the sunflower and the leaf in the front..

Good Day Sunshine!!
love_child_kyoto Posted 10 years ago. Edited by love_child_kyoto (member) 10 years ago
Thanks for invitation.
t'a a pink colored fascination or seduction for bugs and lovers.
Martin Barrett 10 years ago
I waited patiently for these 2 lilies to open and they both opened together shot with a fujis2 with sigma 28mm macro lens.although I liked the original background I have a preference for isolated flowers against a black background and just knew these would look great..it was done by using photoshop cs2 enlarge image to about 300 to 400% then using the clone pattern tool use a black pattern and paint in all around the flower..be warned it takes about 3 hours..enjoy :)

.:*ghost*:. 10 years ago
Thanks for invitation.
yellow & blue
Mr. Greenjeans PRO 10 years ago
Thanks for invite, Big Bean!
As for how I did this one, I'm not sure what to say...really just a matter of playing around with adjustment levels while 'developing' the Raw picture. I almost always saturate my colors...this time, I just intensified everything beyond the 'reality' level....*+^
In the Court of the Crimson King
Campel PRO 10 years ago
Next to roses and clematis this is one of my favorite flowers : anemona hybrida

herfst anemoon - japanse anemoon
BigBean PRO 10 years ago
these are all very beautiful.
I adore taking pictures of flowers myself- if I was not careful, my whole photostream would fill up with only flowers!

Do any of you go out specifically to shoot flowers, or do you just catch them 'by accident' when you see a nice one?

And what is your favourite time of day (& light!) to shoot flowers?
I love evening light myself...
NatashaP Posted 10 years ago. Edited by NatashaP (member) 10 years ago
This is a very common wild flower found in every wayside in my country.
Surprisingly it became the most popular flower shot on my photostream (361 faves up till now)...

Jennifer Rowlands Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Jennifer Rowlands (member) 10 years ago
Thank you BigBean for the invite to post my image here. As for how I accomplished this? I don't know really what to say to be honest. I was going stir crazy in the house for it had been raining 2 days in a row, so when there was a break in the rain, I ran out and captured a few of this flower. I don't remember what it's called, somebody told me but I've forgotten now.

It wasn't really difficult, I just wanted to capture the reflections in the droplets. So I moved the camera to include them, had the camera on either automatic or suppressed flash, and took the picture. Not much to it really.

As I recall, I only did a few things to edit this. I cropped this image, very slightly altered the hue as the camera captured it being more red than it was, and I definitely got rid of the exposed sky in the upper left using the clone tool on Photoshop. Thanks again for inviting me!

Still raining...
Jennifer Rowlands 10 years ago
As for going out specifically to take flowers, I don't normally. But when I'm stuck in the house (which is a lot in my case), I tend to take a lot of flower pictures then. I don't really have a favorite time of day for flower pictures, though I try hard to avoid direct sunlight, so usually take flower pics in the shade.
BigBean PRO 10 years ago
These are stunning!

I love the fact that your inspiration was the rain (sort of)! Being stuck inside because of bad weather can be quite inspiring when you finally get out!
: )

Thanks for sharing these everybody, and telling us all a bit about them!

Anybody else have a favourite time of day?
Or maybe you like shooting by moonlight? : )
joshcalebwray PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by joshcalebwray (member) 10 years ago
Thanks for the invite to post and for the tip on how to do this!
Here's the original photo:

Here's the result of a crop and some "playing around" with PhotoShop Elements:

I deepened the background by selecting it out with the magnet lasso tool, used the "sharpen more" tool till I liked what I saw, and boosted the color saturation. Ta-Dah!...another happy accident!
SebusPhotography 10 years ago
thx BigBean for the invite.
i am honored to show my photo here. you would like to know how i did this?! hmm ... , i walked through the garden and made some flowerphotos, when i discovered the potted hanging plant. the background was given. a dark brown woodn wall in the shadow and a white colored ceiling of the conopy. all i did was to find a position where the top of the plant touched the dark and the rest is in the white. i used a canon eos 400d with the standard canon lens 18-55mm. that is the whole magic. most of time i photograph like this. looking for a motive and a proper given background which highlights the motive.
i started photographing in may 2007 and don´t have so much equipment, just my eos 400d set including a EFS 18-55mm and a EF55-200mm 1:4.5-5.6 II USM lens. that´s it.
...so all together i just walk around watch the things and people around me and when i see something interesting i make photo.... for now!
hope you like my expose!? sorry for mistakes in my english.
joshcalebwray PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by joshcalebwray (member) 10 years ago
..and my favorite time to shoot is early morning or an overcast day..I took that original lily shot on a perfect overcast day in the garden of a friend who raises hybrid daylilies...every shot was perfectly exposed..because it was an early digital camera, the focus was kinda soft, but one can correct all that now with PhotoShop..hmmm. so I'm reworking some of those well-exposed shots and giving them another chance.

melepix 10 years ago
Wow I can't believe the members of this group are doing the explanations so well...Bravo .I shot this Iris in a church yard late in the afternoon. I was standing over the flower with my macro lens mode on. I just came out this way and I think i just may have upped the saturation a tad and I usually do lighting levels and curves in all my pics.
Exploding Iris
ccindigirard 10 years ago
I have a Canon Powershot 710 & know nothing about photography:):). I was given a Canon for Christmas 2006 & decided to upgrade a bit abot two months ago. I know what I like & just try to capture it. This flower is in my garden.
Late Summer Color
s1neater [deleted] 10 years ago
Thanks for the Invites to post in this thread I have two photos to show you guys, Both were taken with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi (400D) with a 2x teleconverter and a Sigma 105mm Macro Lens, I also took both of these on a tripod. The first one was tough because I wanted to get as close as possible to the flower which had a pretty long stem and kept moving in the wind, with a shutter speed of 1/30th of a second this was pretty tough to achive, so i took about 30 photos of the same subject and choose the best one out of them.

For the second one it was a side of the house where it wasn't that windy so I set the tripod up and took about 5 shots of it.

_cYrus_ 10 years ago
Thanks for the invitation! I see many great flower shots, congrats folks!
I hope you like this one...
It's one of my favourite photo, cause the DoF, with this flower in focus.. I think that there's too few contrast, but I'm happy about it 'cause it was quite windy and the sun were going to leave!
(sorry for my english..)


bye cYrus
heidi willis 10 years ago
Thanks for the invite! This was taken at the botanical gardens, and there were so many flowers and plants, I really had to twist myself into a pretzel to get this shot without any distractions in the background. There was a pool behind it so I laid on the ground and squeezed between several large pots to get this.... I thought I'd get dozens of weird stares, but everyone was taking pictures so very few paid any attention to me!

Silver Vase on blue waters
Good Eye Might Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Good Eye Might (member) 10 years ago
This is was taken after it rained a few weeks back
and i always wated to get some photos of some plants with water droplets on them....
Its a mum plant that we got at my father's funeral..
We had to travel to Minnesota and took this plant back with us to california ..it survived the flight
but we went on vacation for a while and it didn't get watered..almost died..
but we managed to save it and 2 years later here it is just as beautiful as it was in the flower shop and oh how its grown! =]
sypix Posted 10 years ago. Edited by sypix (member) 10 years ago
Love the bokeh/DOF on this:

*sido* Posted 10 years ago. Edited by BigBean (member) 10 years ago

I like this Dahlia picture very much. This is one of the first shots I
made last week with my brand new Sigma 105 mm lens in a flower
field just near my house... I was very surprised how it came out ;-)
© the big pictures 10 years ago
i have no idea what this is, but i like them :-)
(flowers on a 10" high bush after the rain)

Z.Wade 10 years ago
I'm new to Flickr, and this is my first post to a group.
I think this picture, taken in a burn area in Colorado, is a great example of cryptic coloration.

Cryptic Coloration
Cathy G. (LA) PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Cathy G. (LA) (member) 10 years ago
Thank you for the kind invitation. I'm very happy to be a part of this group and already have enjoyed looking at the lovely captures here.

This shot was taken with a Canon PS 400, although I recently bought a Canon S3 because I wanted a better zoom.

I love to take photos of flowers, birds, animals and other things in nature, so when I spotted this flower, it was a "must" take! LOL In fact, I liked it so much that it became my avatar. It is untouched...shown just as it was shot.

Beauty is Everywhere if We Just Look!

I enjoy looking for patterns in nature, shade and sun, shapes and colors that appeal to me. It's always so satisfying to find something that has at least some of those elements.

While composing this shot, I kept in mind "The Rule of Thirds" and made use of negative spaces. For those who are not familiar with these terms, they are used by artists and photographers to enhance the interest in a drawing or picture/painting.

Several of the petals go outside the frame on purpose, as part of the composition. If there is time to compose the picture, it can make a significant difference in the result, rather than centering the flower or other object.
Dixie Native PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Dixie Native (member) 10 years ago
irises on the grounds of
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Jacksonville, FL
I thought the colors were spectacular.

lavender delicacy

side shot of a flower by the road. I just thought it was interesting.
shallow DOF
BAD_BRAIN Posted 10 years ago. Edited by BAD_BRAIN (member) 10 years ago
night shot with this tiny lil' flowers...
real beauty 03
Jun Acullador 10 years ago
I saw this lonely flower by the ruins of the old walled city of Manila (Philippines). Simple yet elegant don't you think?

almostheRENI [deleted] 10 years ago
Its quite difficult to get it right at first because of the limited light, but then I messesd with the WB and here it is....hope you like it.....

Sway with me....
MAY TOBIA Posted 10 years ago. Edited by MAY TOBIA (member) 10 years ago
I love the contrast of the bright yellow flower and the blue sky....having only 5.1 MP camera, this one turned out very nice.
mid47 Posted 10 years ago. Edited by BigBean (member) 10 years ago
Hi people... did u find something yellow??

or something strange???
Sarah Andrew 10 years ago
This isn't necessarily my personal favorite shot, but I do love it. I took this the first day I ever experimented with macro on flowers. It has received a considerable amount of attention on flickr, which REALLY surprised me. The thing I personally like the most about it is the tiny green vine that twirls in front of the flower.

Dinner Plate Hibiscus
tataAnne PRO 10 years ago
Shot on my kitchen table in front of an open window.

For you
K.Greenwood Posted 10 years ago. Edited by K.Greenwood (member) 10 years ago
Fancy Ladyslippers
This is my sons favorite which makes it special to me but I like the way the flower in the background almost looks like a reflection of the flower in the foreground.
volcohill Posted 10 years ago. Edited by volcohill (member) 10 years ago
white lily.jpg

I threw the bulbs to this plant in the ditch on my property.
The plants grew like wild fire and every year I get these beautiful, delicate flowers.
miganu Posted 10 years ago. Edited by BigBean (member) 10 years ago
This one is taken in my father's garden on a beautiful sunny afternoon during my summer holidays. I choose this one because I simply love the way the colours came out so bright.
The main problem I guess, was trying not to cast my own shadow on the flower while taking the picture.

Saw this pic in front of an art store in my town....Autumn is approaching...

Autumn in the air..
Jun Acullador Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Jun Acullador (member) 10 years ago
I went to Pangasinan, Philippines with a friend. My mindset was to shoot photos of old churches but as it turned out, I shot mostly flower photos. This one was by accident. My friend's mom was scheduled for a check up in the hospital. I went with them & look what I found, this beautiful flower in the hospital garden. I have 20 photos of flowers from this hospital. Wonderful & unplanned photo!

I dont know the name...help
tanakawho PRO 10 years ago
Cherry blossom (it's a breed called "Jugatsu-zakura" and blooms in October).

Pink world
Totallyme (still very busy with workload...) PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Totallyme (still very busy with workload...) (member) 10 years ago
I like those colorful flowers, but I did not have a chance to plant them in my garden... so when my colleague brought a bouquet of them to our office I enjoyed it so much that I definitely had to take a photo! I missed just a bee or butterfly coming and sit on some of them :-)
losy PRO 10 years ago

While visiting my parents in Switzerland.....or Heidiland....I found this Hibiscus plant near his stone fountain....
* Moni * 10 years ago
I think that this is one off my best flower-pcture. A bunch of flowers given to my oldest daughter by her husband on her birthday in 2003!

Beautifull 3 red roses
_SkErDi_ Posted 10 years ago. Edited by _SkErDi_ (member) 10 years ago

This is a flower (I don't know the name) out of my office. It makes the garden so beautiful.
kaoma_malibu_mist 10 years ago
Thank you so much for the invitation to join this group Kathryn1391.
This is not the photo that Kathryn liked but I hope you like it. I took one day recently when out trying to get some good photos to send to a friend. I didn't get anything worthwhile and was just leaving when I walked past a garden. The owner was in the front yard gardening and I asked if I could take a picture of her flowers. I didn't any time to compose this or anything. Just rushed the shot and left. Somehow it turned out the best photo I took that day.
Herby Crus PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Herby Crus (member) 10 years ago
Hibiskus nach dem Regen im Sonnenschein

Hibiscus after the rain, taken in our garden in Bergen, Chiemgau, Bavaria, Germany.
Camera: Nikon E4500; Exposure: 0.003 sec (5/1471); Aperture: f/8.9; Focal Length: 16.2 mm; ISO Speed: 100
eri_38 10 years ago
field flower
SebusPhotography Posted 10 years ago. Edited by SebusPhotography (member) 10 years ago

i made this shot in my livingroom at night. just hold it up in the light of the ceilinglamp and "fired".
i love the gleaming, warm, yellow "leafs" in that picture.
i used a canon eos 400d withe the lensekit 18-55mm.
Onur Yeldan Posted 10 years ago. Edited by BigBean (member) 10 years ago
Hi :)
I was visiting Portland with my wife and shot this in the Chinese Garden in Chinatown. I used D50 with the 18-55 kit lens at 55mm, 5.6f, 1/250. I cleaned the background and adjusted the curves a little bit. I didn't touch the flower except a little bit of sharpening.
I like the color change and sharpness of this image. Actually I wasn't expecting this picture to be this good because I shot it hand-held without a flash nor a reflector.

grburns09 10 years ago
NOBODY else seems to like this pic of my wife's spider plant, but it is probably my personal favorite! Taken with a black screen behind. Nikon D200, Tamron 70-300 Macro.
Spider Plant #3
kelpwoman [deleted] 10 years ago
This is my best flower shot to date...with a whopping 10 faves! Don't laugh - that's a lot for me. haha

It didn't take any particular skill on my part and, except for a slight crop, this is what came out of the camera. It was a beautiful sunshiney day and I stopped on the road to take some scenery shots. This little poppy just begged to have its photo taken and I was too happy to oblige.

Let the Sunshine In
* Moni * 10 years ago
Ladys and gentlements; you are stars! Very well done my friends. Those pictures are just great!
scrapping61 PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by scrapping61 (member) 10 years ago
I love this shot beacuse, I was going to tear this Hydrangea
out since it hadn't bloomed in 2 years, but I never got around
to it, and it rewarded me for my laziness. I also love how the center
of the flowers look like seed pearls.
Photos Ali Posted 10 years ago. Edited by BigBean (member) 10 years ago
This is my favorite flower photo, I took it in the hortus garden in Leiden, Holland.

fidget65 PRO 10 years ago
This flower is so small that I had to lie flat on the grass in order to get the perfct angle.
Its about as big as my little finger nail !

piper61 10 years ago
I was just trying something different with a white rose someone gave me :o)

White Rose in a Glass
butterfly blue 10 years ago
I like the color of the flower in this one and i like the details of the center too..
Circle of Chickory
Circle of Chickory
turtle.cliff Posted 10 years ago. Edited by turtle.cliff (member) 10 years ago

This fucia in a hanging basket in the back yard was taken about 7 PM with a Nikon D80, Nikon 50-200mm VR lens, ISO 800, f 5, 1/80 sec., hand held, no flash, straight from the camera except for a small amount of cropping.
Macrofocus PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Macrofocus (member) 10 years ago
I like the brightness of the golden banner in the deep shadow of the aspen grove as well as the repetitive geometery of the trees in the background
A Bit of Colorado Gold...
regalo del dios 10 years ago
This is a shot of a flower known as a "Death Lilly". I loved how soft and inviting this flower is yet it has such a name.

dicktay2000 PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by dicktay2000 (member) 10 years ago
Seen in the Australian bush at Mt Sugarloaf, NSW. 8 Sept 2007.

Jakalito 10 years ago
This flowers went to swim...

Al Agua... ¿Flores?
PC - My Shots@Photography Posted 10 years ago. Edited by PC - My Shots@Photography (member) 10 years ago
Daiseys. These were captured at the Getty Center in LA. The Getty is a photographer's heaven :) I like these Daiseys coz they all look like they are smiling ;)

Smiling daisies
CativationArt.com PRO 10 years ago
Tiger Lilium
Hi I’m new to flickr so here goes..
What I like best about my Tiger lily first is that it was grown in my mother’s back yard garden with her tender loving care. Second that despite the inevitable encroaching death this bright little tiger continues to shine in all it’s glory right to the end.
stormlover2007 10 years ago
I just think this flower is perfect. It has such a range of colours, for such a small flower and the petals are curled around making tubes. It looks so different everytime i photograph it but is at it's best when the sun is shining!

BigBean PRO 10 years ago
Here's one of my favourite flowers shots.
This beauty was in a wonderful bunch of flowers sent to us for our Wedding Anniversary recently.
This was sitting in a vase on my coffee table, and I took this in the evening light.

fatminky 10 years ago
This is a Hypericum flower, taken in the walled garden in Brockwell Park in South London (which I imagine is quite a well kept secret).

These flowers always come out really well with a macro lens, so all I really had to do was hold the camera steady and get the shot in focus.

chipbeisser [deleted] 10 years ago
# 15
I took this foto with a short moment of breathing my lens.
malla_mi Posted 10 years ago. Edited by malla_mi (member) 10 years ago
This photo was taken less than month ago. I was in a great mood and i saw those amazing clouds and simple but very pretty flower so i stole that moment from mother nature. I hope you like it!

isa :) 10 years ago
This is a tropical flower of Madinina Island (Martinique) and I saw it in the Balata Gardens.

Fiore tropicale - Tropical flower
From my garden. I was so intrigued with the curl that I had to shoot it :)

joe.herford 10 years ago
I love the colours, I found them in Düsseldorf
21.sep 015
Ladybird079 10 years ago
It was evening so there was no sun, but still it was hard to make this shot because of the camera light that couldn't fall in the right position ;P


Another one - my favourite! As for me,great colors.

blue flower
makrood75 10 years ago
tulip field.jpg

This was taken at the Kuekenhof Gardens in the Netherands. The red in the background is a field of red tulips. I was using a Canon S2IS, with the color filter on.
LaceFinch 10 years ago

This is an Indian Pipe; the only ones I've ever seen. I love this photo because of it's rarity and also the way I captured it: focused and alone in front and fuzzy in a group in back.
Taken at Deam Lake in southern Indiana.
I like it better in a larger view but, I didn't want to take up too much space.
Betsy J... PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Betsy J... (member) 10 years ago
This is one of my favorites, Spectra, a climbing rose. It's color changes from day to day... yellow to bright orange, This was taken after a shower and a few droplets were still clinging to the petals.

Sky High
fuzzphotofarrell [deleted] 10 years ago
Taken in Livingston Manor, New York
There were a lot of bugs on the flowers but butterflies arent as well as keeping still
I just like how clear it is

_SkErDi_ Posted 10 years ago. Edited by _SkErDi_ (member) 10 years ago
...just to be at the same colors :)

BrianKan 10 years ago
Thanks for invitation.
This flower is called Muscari

葡萄風信子 | Muscari
sillywickle 10 years ago
sillywickle 10 years ago
This Hydrangea has not blossomed in twenty years until this summer. I had to take a picture just in case it decides to wait another twenty. Very beautiful!
d.lindholm 10 years ago
Hi guys! Thought i'd post a picture i took a couple of years a go on a hike in the Norwegian mountains... Just stumbled across this flower with a fly on it. Since it was a bit of a hike i had just brought my compact Nikon E7600 camera, and used the macro preset.

Vanessa Vancuren [deleted] 10 years ago

I was pleased with the DOF...
sushi.rice [deleted] Posted 10 years ago. Edited by sushi.rice (member) 10 years ago
Begonia after the rain

A late beauty....soon it will be over... catches the last sun...to dry off after the rain...
Tinkersmom 10 years ago
Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain Georgia

callaways and safari 176 (by Tinkersmom)
Jeroen_De_Miranda 10 years ago
Rose, sweet rose....

in my garden...
wolfpix PRO 10 years ago
A succulent, popularly called ice-plants. A friend of mine was doing of wonderful watercolor painting of a group of them. That's what inspired me to try taking a picture of one.

Ice plant flowering
JLPoole PRO 10 years ago
How about sunflowers against a blue & white sky? This was taken last October in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Nodding sunflowers
Wendy Robinson Photography [deleted] 10 years ago
Looks like grapes....but not

I took this in my neighbor's yard. I love the vibrant colors. The sun definitely made it difficult because it was so bright and glaring. Nonetheless, I like how it turned out and the DOF.
Edivaldo de Oliveira 10 years ago
I took this photo in my mother´s garden. She has some different kinds of orchids at home
Orchid close up
©athrine 10 years ago
taken in Norway.
It's autumn so theres only a few flowers left.
A dandelion clock has always facinated me.

geojazz Posted 10 years ago. Edited by geojazz (member) 10 years ago
Took this picture at the New York Botanical Garden's Flowers of the Caribbean exhibit. The Solarium the exhibit was contained within was filled with very exotic plants, so there was allot of diffused light coming through palms and vines that stretched up to the ceiling. The Only problem I had was that the sprinklers were on watering the plants when I took this picture.
Picture was shot with Pentax K10D with Sigma 28-80 mm lense

Flowers of Caribbean 3
Hilton Filho 10 years ago
I took this photo in my home. This is a Íris flower and it is native to the tropical forest.

betta design 10 years ago
Took this photo with my Canon Powerpoint A410, at a bed of roses, in Centennial Park, Sydney. It was late afternoon with not much sun, what gave me the perfect lighting for this depth of field.

Rose - Centennial Park #02
windrider86 PRO 10 years ago

This is one of my roses int he back yard that i shot a couple of days ago. And yes it really is this colorful!
Geophile3 Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Geophile3 (member) 10 years ago
Nothing too exotic here, just some creamy yellow snapdragons in front of blue asters in my garden. I absolutely love the colour of those asters, and the contrast with the snapdragons was too good to pass up. The trick with this shot was the fancy contortions I had to get into to capture the asters (which were slightly shorter than the snapdragons) fully taking up the background. This was taken with a Sony Cyber-Shot in macro mode.

In Your Face Snapdragons
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