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Beauty at a cost...

By paganatheart  
Ramsons (Allium ursinum) or wild garlic. In a wood full of these pretty blooms it can get a bit overpowering!

Tags: Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: ringyneck, morpheus1955, KatieR and 8 more



KatieR 19 6.2k 6
7 Oct 2011 11:02AM
I find the smell totally nauseating, personally!

Nice close-up, I like the simple composition.

I wonder whether this would benefit from being a tiny bit brighter, perhaps?
paganatheart 11 2 3 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2011 11:32AM
Hi Katie, the smell is quite bad for a 'flower'. Thanks for your suggestion; I tried brightening the image when processing from raw but lost the fine texture of the petals and some from the outer sheath so decided to stay with the low light conditions in which the image was taken. Smile
Gypsyman 12 690 England
7 Oct 2011 11:39AM
Les. Well Taken. I having no sense of smell can enjoy being in a wood full of them, but get told off about the smell on me when I get home.
Richsr 15 91 224 England
7 Oct 2011 1:46PM
Like the detaisl in this
Regards Richard

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