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Japanese Anemone

By Bmarie
I know I should but I don't know what it's name is so maybe you can refresh my memory.

Took whilst walking around in Muncaster Castle Gardens, Cumbria

ISO 100
48mm end of lens

Thank you everyone for your comments they are greatly appreciated.

best wishes Marie

Tags: Flowers and plants

Voters: Hawkgenes, thorn, Phillip_Minnis and 24 more

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csurry Plus
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21 Oct 2005 5:11AM
Japanese Anemone

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21 Oct 2005 5:12AM
Nice shot Marie. Good DOF here. Not sure what the flower is sorry.

21 Oct 2005 5:16AM
name is not important. essential is, that your pic is beautiful. good use of DOF, nice gamut and perfect frame.
tmann Plus
13 4 2 United States
21 Oct 2005 5:43AM
great lighting, detail, comp, color, and dof on this! Heck, what's not to like, it's splendid!!!!
KBan Plus
12 501 4 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 6:35AM
cracker Marie
Lovely shot.nice colour and detail
geoffash26 Plus
13 2.5k United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 8:30AM
Nicely capyured and presented
21 Oct 2005 8:53AM
Beautiful colours and detail. I like the way the flower stands out from the b/g.
21 Oct 2005 9:26AM
Nice lighting.lovely flower.Good shot
starliz Plus
13 1.6k 3 England
21 Oct 2005 10:24AM
lovely flower stands out well good dof,well taken.
ColouredImages 13 47 35 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 10:26AM
Super image Marie, love how it stands out
Mavis Plus
15 143 2 England
22 Oct 2005 11:16AM
A most beautiful Japanese Anemone . They are sprouting all over my garden . I love how sharp and isolated you made this flower .Great detail in petals and stamens . I like the square presentation . x
gcarth Plus
13 2.9k 1 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2005 3:18AM
I like this.
Soft, pastel shades with good short depth of field.
Looks even better when enlarged.

P.S. Sorry for not replying sooner to your question about the Derwentwater pic of mine.
Yes, I did use warming filter to emphasise the late afternoon effect.

12 Dec 2005 3:47AM
What a beautiful pastel image! Lovely colours!

Thank you for clicking on my Hover Fly image. That is my first real attempt at an insect macro - I normally take flower shots.


kenp Plus
11 96 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2006 10:51AM
What can you say!,,it's just wonderful!Ken.
14 Feb 2006 1:10PM
Lovely shot, great composition, lighting and presentation. ( I was going to suggest that someone like Mavis, would most likely know the type of plant, but I see she has already paid you a visit).

19 Feb 2006 9:07AM
Great shot
19 Feb 2007 7:31PM
Lovely detail and use of dof.


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