choke flower

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  1. mapgirl

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    I took several shots straight into the flower, but think I prefer this image from the side with the drying leaves, getting paler towards the stalk. I'm new at this so I welcome any comments and/or suggestions, please :goodvibe:

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    very interesting flower. i'm sure i agree with your choice of composition, i don't think straight on would have the same effect. :thumbup:
     
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    Wow what an amazing flower I've never seen one before. Nice shot :D
     
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    Hey Mapgirl, I agree with the compo you chose. It's an interesting flower, for sure.
     
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    nice shot!
     

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