Curious Flower

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  1. newwinds

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    The colour is really nice - and the colour differences. So the flower gets more attention ;)
     
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    I like the flowers "peeking" from behing the wood. Nice!
     
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    Its Playing Hide & Seek. haha. nice pics.
     
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    Still no botanist around here to tell us what this flower is called?
    Very nice composition and lighting here, I like who the background colours make the two flowers stand out. And the diffused light does not throw too many harsh shadows, which also helps in the case of flower photography, I think.
     
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    Morning glory I have been told ;)

    I really like the colorus of the flowers with the dull 'grain' of the wood/stone
     
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    Morning Glory?

    Now that is a nice and quite fitting name, isn't it?
     

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