Daisy, daisy

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    I'm not sure what these daisy flowers are but they were growing in a pot in the glass house at Arley Hall. Looks best on black.

    moraypix and JonTaylor71 added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Domingo Mery 32 months ago | reply

      Oh Maria! This picture is really wonderful!

    2. ericrstoner 32 months ago | reply

      Natural Ikebana . . .

    3. lucky hidden Dragon [deleted] 32 months ago | reply

      very pretty compo

    4. C&S Designer 32 months ago | reply

      beautiful Photo

    5. bretton98 32 months ago | reply

      Great exposure, dof and composition - and wonderful colours, Maria.

    6. moraypix 32 months ago | reply

      I love this one Maria...beautiful floral photography. Nicely done.

    7. l4ts 32 months ago | reply

      Very pretty flowers, nicely composed image.

    8. GillWilson 32 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot Maria.

    9. BenFD 32 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot. Love the colour of these flowers.

    10. Maggie's Camera 32 months ago | reply

      Beautiful Maria.

    11. yvonnepay615 32 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous! Lovely colours and bokeh.

    12. klythawk 32 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colour and light.

    13. Daz /The duck daddy 32 months ago | reply

      Such a pretty colour and photo Maria

    14. Morton Goldberg 32 months ago | reply

      Good job on the selective focus.

    15. jvarley19 32 months ago | reply

      Fabulous shot and great comp Maria .

    16. Poynton Robbo (www.clickar.co.uk) 32 months ago | reply

      Great shot. Love the DOF and definition on this

    17. outonalymm 32 months ago | reply

      Beautiful. Love the DoF and colours.

    18. Lancashire Lass ...... :) :) :) 32 months ago | reply

      Just beautiful and as always wonderfully captured :) :) :)

    19. JonTaylor71 32 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colours, and a wonderful composition. Faved!

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