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By xwang
Not much to say about the photo, I quite like the light..but the cross was too dark, I have to brighten it up on PS. Maybe I should use flash, but I didn't want to make a big fuss...Is it alright? Thanks for looking.

Tags: General Cross Flowers and plants Lucifer Humour and fun

Voters: PhillipMinnis, morpheus1955, NDODS and 9 more

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2012 10:05AM
Beautiful and yet very emotive.


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Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2012 10:21AM
Lovely light, like the sun on the plants and Light on the gravestones behindGrin
paskinmj 8 11 1 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2012 11:05AM
Great shadows.
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
25 Sep 2012 11:35AM
I like the way the plants are lit up like fire behind the darker cross. Tricky lighting handled very well.
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.9k 150 England
25 Sep 2012 2:28PM
There's just enough detail in the cross for me, Jasmine. The vibrancy of the backlit flowers ensures the cross stands out in front.

xwang 8 56 8
25 Sep 2012 7:08PM
Thanks Dave.
25 Sep 2012 7:46PM
Lovely backlighting Jasmine. I like it
pamelajean Plus
11 1.0k 1962 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2012 9:02PM
I think the crocosmia is the star of the show, Jasmine, with that beautiful light upon it, and the shape of the cross stands out nicely against it, also highlighted around the sides to accentuate its contours. I don't think it matters that we can't read the inscription because it's your use of light and shadow that makes the image striking, and you are so good at doing that. I think you have brightened the cross just enough. I like the idea in your title that the bright orange flower heads represent Lucifer.
You might like to consider cropping the grass at the bottom. If you scroll up and eliminate the bottom grass, you will see that the eye settles nicely on the cross with no distractions, and the darkness of the background is complete all the way around.

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