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By jelsmack
This is a beautiful wildflower, I took it last July near Loch Vaich in Rosshire.
I know the frame kills it - please help! Any tips on making this a lot better would be most welcome.

Tags: Flowers and plants

Voters: fellsnapper, rania, Malc_V and 8 more

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fellsnapper 13 10 United Kingdom
28 May 2006 7:47AM
You are too hard on yourself. It's not easy to retain detail in a white flower but this is nicely exposed.

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rania 15 1
28 May 2006 8:22AM
Hi Sandra, a lovely capture very well presented - doesn't need to be any better! Smile
How about trying a different angle next time? Surprise the flower!
Stay Well, Rania
Malc_V 13 England
28 May 2006 8:33AM
Very for me.

ColouredImages 15 47 35 United Kingdom
28 May 2006 9:56AM
Nice sharp image
davidhu 13 19 United Kingdom
28 May 2006 10:43AM
Well composed and nice and sharp.
28 May 2006 11:54AM
Thanks for your comments. Know what you mean Rania, tho' this little beauty grows with its face looking straight up to the sky, each plant produces only one small flower on a long thin stem, and I wanted to catch it as it was. This doesn't seem to have uploaded as well as it printed, it was truly one of the most beautiful flowers I have ever seen. I'll try again this year and see if I can do better!
chase Plus
14 1.2k 264 England
29 May 2006 1:44AM
A lovely little flower,one I would like to photograph.A delicate little beauty.
flakeyflower 14 17 Scotland
1 Jun 2006 1:09PM
lovely image, like the greens contrasting with the white

tralfamadorean 15 62 1 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2006 12:49PM
Sometimes this kind of formal approach works for me. It allows the subject to express its' beauty. Nice and sharp with good depth of field.

well done


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