1. Aquilegia

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    www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2012/may/11/photo...

    "I know a bank where the wild thyme blows,
    Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows,
    Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine,
    With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine:
    There sleeps Titania sometime of the night,
    Lull'd in these flowers with dances and delight."

    William Shakespeare - 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'

    In-camera multiple exposure + torch

    bruce wayne1, Pat Gregory, por2able, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. bruce wayne1 24 months ago | reply

      ...and this one is my fav...love aqualegias.

    2. Canonpauls 24 months ago | reply

      It's produced a wonderful effect

    3. IanSeccombe 24 months ago | reply

      Lovely image - almost like a detail from a still life in oils by one of the old masters

    4. The Guardian on Flickr 24 months ago | reply

      Your Guardian Camera Club assignment has been reviewed:
      www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2012/may/11/photo...
      Thanks for submitting!

    5. mimi1960s 24 months ago | reply

      just wonderful!

    6. FunnyLilGreekGirl 23 months ago | reply

      Beautiful effect.
      Congrats on the Guardian Camera Club review :)

    7. Duarja 23 months ago | reply

      delicious Louisa!!

    8. Duncan R S Harvey 23 months ago | reply

      saw these shots on the guardian site, great work, especially this one. a true delight.

    9. louisahennessysuɹoɥƃuıʞıʌ 23 months ago | reply

      Aw thanks Duncan R S Harvey :-)

    10. Sigrid Harris 23 months ago | reply

      Absolutely stunning!

    11. Sigrid Harris 23 months ago | reply

      Out of interest (read: keen curiosity), which camera did you use?

    12. louisahennessysuɹoɥƃuıʞıʌ 23 months ago | reply

      - hi and thanks for comments. I used a Nikon D700 - if you look up on the top right hand side of this page, underneath my name and buddy icon, you will see it says "this photo was taken on May 7 2012 using a Nikon D700". If you click on D700, you will see all the EXIF data for the photo.

    13. Sigrid Harris 23 months ago | reply

      How did I miss that?...sorry. :) For some reason I assumed you were using an analogue camera, I didn't realise it was possible to get in-camera multiple exposures on a DSLR.

    14. Paul Kilgour 23 months ago | reply

      Just seen these in The Guardian. Beautiful, beautiful images. More of this please!

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