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I thought I'd try the same Hellebore on black last night. I suspect it'd look lovely whatever it was stood in front of
A bit of Lucisart Whyeth on the main flower for added detail
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Very nice .
It certainly is a beauty
Very beautiful. Carol
Thanks everyone Now can I keep it alive and even get it to grow? I must do a bit of research on how best to treat them and maximise its chances......
Early upload today - the MNC last night keep me somewhat occupied and I have to knuckle down to getting 'stuff' done this evening! ie. making a camera bag that doesn't look like a camera bag......
A cracker click
Looks like a beautiful lady taking a curtsy.
Very, very lovely.
Lovely, I've got one of these growing in the garden. I don't need to photograph it now
Lovely, lovely, lovely.
Thanks again everyone and than you Graham for your award - very much appreciated
I just had a thought - if I plant it in the ground which I guess is the best place for it - then if I want to do any shots of the flowers I shall have to cut them! Normally I don't care about that sort of thing but in this instance it's going to hurt! I hope it turns into a decent sized clump really quickly - fat chance
Lovely. Very well composed, taken, processed and presented.
Fabulous clarity, so beautiful.............Sandy
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