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I think with flowers it's best to go as simple as possible with the composition. Try a closer view and isolate one aspect, or if you are going to show more of the flower, try to keep some of the stray petals and greenery in check, and don't shoot on kitchen paper! Not easy with indoor shots, but there are ways around the lighting. Hope this doesn't sound too severe, but the thread was marked for serious critique.
Nice sky on this shot, but for me, the composition needs work. There's a little too much going on in the shot and would be better if it weren't so centre heavy as both the church and tree are bang in the middle. Would have been better a little more side on. Seems to be some distortion from the lens that needs correcting and the shot needs straightening. Also, it would work better if the tree wasn't cropped and if it didn't overlap the church slightly. Nice mood to it though.
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