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Open Poppy

By JenniCh
Kept this one simple and straightforward, these have self-seeded in my garden and they are the most gorgeous colour. Letting athe rest set seed pods so I can collect them in the hope of growing more for next year.

Hope all who are in the areas that had those horrendous downpours yesterday are coping without too much hassle - planning to spend a few days in south Wales next week so was hoping for an improvement in the weather, some hopes me thinks ..............

Would like to feel that this may help brighten your day; as ever comments and critique are always welcome .......... not even a border on this, so what do you think?

Tags: Poppy Flowers and plants Digital art Close upandmacro

Voters: sherring, CarolG, saeidNL and 22 more


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CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
29 Jun 2012 7:56AM
A glorious presentation. Carol

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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
29 Jun 2012 8:12AM
Beautiful image with superb detail and colours,
saeid
AnnChown Plus
7 199 1 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2012 8:21AM
Just beautiful!
Ann
Richsr 9 91 223 England
29 Jun 2012 8:51AM
Like the details and textures in this.
Regards Richard
robway 11 318 Wales
29 Jun 2012 10:09AM
Nicely detailed image.
John
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
29 Jun 2012 1:06PM
Wonderful detail and textures showing up, enhanced by that plain b/g, Jenni.
I too have posted the odd image without a border ...... my shot today is an example, only I had used a black card for b/g and chose the EPZ black b/g to set it in.......so what about changing the EPZ b/g here to white so that the blooms sits in a sea of white........and if you were to fade out the very bottom of the stem it would enhance the effect even more.
Hope this suggestion does not offend.......I am always aware of the fact that some might think "what the heck does he know" as I am but an enthusiastic amateur at this game at best.
Ronnie.
JenniCh 11 32 2 England
29 Jun 2012 1:56PM
Ronnie, I find your suggestions very worthwhile and am grateful to you for taking the time to, not only look, but also analyse my work in order to make suggestions for improvement ............... I can certainly see the point of your suggestions on this one and agree they would enhance the shot. I'm not an e2 member so don't think I can change the EPZ b/g, but I do agree about that, and I love the idea of fading out the bottom of the stem - will certainly try that. I too am an enthusiastic amateur at all this, but I think that makes us slightly more 'open-minded' in some respects ............. so thank you for your comments they are very much appreciated.

Also thanks to everyone for comments and votes, they are all appreciated and the learning curve goes on.

Jenni

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