Floating Flora.

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  1. Efergoh

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    I'm not a big flower person, so I have no clue what kinds of flowers these are, but I didn't see much else to shoot while I was out for my walk this evening...

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    This one wasn't growing in the water, it just happened to be floating on top of it as I was walking by...

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    Ah I wish that 3 had a little more depth of field! Composition is perfect! The last one is nice too; I might crop out some of the background because the sky is distracting and, again, increase that depth of field a bit more by bumping down a couple stops (higher aperture).
     
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    I was bent over a rock holding the camera an inch above the water, not looking through the view finder, in failing evening light. If I stopped down any more it would have looked as though an epileptic took the photo in mid fit. :D
     
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    LOL - gotcha! :)
     

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