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Buttercups and Daisies

By throgmorton
Taken with an old Fujifilm S9500 whilst out walking with my dog.

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johnlw 11 1 10 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2013 10:41PM
Lovely image super sharp and nice contrast.
Regards John.

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Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2013 11:46PM
Apart from a little dust bunny, I like this just as it is.
Good pov and wonderful colour.
pablophotographer 6 952 335
13 Jun 2013 12:02AM
This wonder of natural world looks un-natural to me. Some stems look as if being manipulated, I can't be sure what is it, it may be old technology or the fact that I grew up in a city.
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
13 Jun 2013 7:16PM
I like the low viewpoint. The colours are a little unrealistic, and Im sure in the last 8 years auto white balance has improved.

Ive uploaded a mod that looks a little better to me at least.


pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2023 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2013 7:52PM
The buttercups, daisies and plantain speak loudly of the time of year, Roger, and you have chosen a worm's-eye view of them, with the top ones looking really tall against the blue sky. I like the fact that most of the daisies are isolated, not bunched together, and the way you have filled your frame with the wild flowers, which all look strong and vibrant.
I notice that you have used a large aperture, which has given you a fairly fast shutter speed, and would imagine that the flowers were being blown about a bit. I think it's a shame that the largest of the daisies are out of focus, but perhaps they were being swayed by a breeze. The large one in the centre is where my eye immediately fell, and I think the image would have benefited from having this one in particular nice and sharp, acting as a focal point.

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