Daisys.

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  1. shandie8

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    shame your camera has focussed on the steps.

    Or infact, maybe I should say shame the flower got in the way of the photo? I really like the composition and view angle for the steps! in fact, could make a nice pair of images: one of the flower with out-of-focus steps, second of the steps without the flower.
     
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    I agree with Brian here. Maybe it was your intention to make the main flower out of focus? But, none of the other flowers are in focus, only the steps.
     
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    Yeah, Theres not much of a DOF,it was just an experiment.
     
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    I also agree!! I think the steps with the flowers below is a great photo minus the BIG one that is in front... Would be a great photo!
     

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