dogwood

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  1. philwms

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    With these pictures, I was as interested in the shapes as I was the blossoms themselves...

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    Aww, reminds me of when I lived in Va. Nice colors.:)
     
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    Wow. Beautiful...


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    Really great shots. Crisp but still delicate looking as well. Very nice :thumbsup:
     
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    I like #1 a little better because there is a 'whole' flower. You really captured the color and beauty of these flowers.
     
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    Thanks for the comments ... :)

    The two pictures are meant to be displayed together. I have different feelings about both. The first just says "dogwood" clearly and loudly. I like the way some of the petals in the second one appear to be protecting the buds.

    As a child, there was a large dogwood tree that bordered the gate form our home. When the blossoms were in bloom, it waved good-bye and greeted me as I left or returned home. Love dogwood...
     

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