dahlia flower

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  1. Dmodegirl

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    Thats some really punchy color! The DOF is nice, but i think the shot would have been better if the camera was vertical.
     
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    I like the slightly off-centre horizontal pic which gives this blurred background and its lovely colour so much room :lovey: :)biggrin: ), but I would wish for you to go back to this same flower and take another pic when it no longer is a bud, will you? Thanks.

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    Lovely photo to come and start with - very nice colours and DOF (depth of field).
     
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    [​IMG]' no longer a bud' ;)
     
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    Cool. A beauty now!
    Thank you ... did you go out for me extra to take this one?
     
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    It's not the same flower as the bud. It was the flower that was in front of the bud. They were taken at a manicured garden in Eastern Wa :)
     

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