Flora galore

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  1. NikonLady52

    NikonLady52 TPF Noob!

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    Shot Last week with my new Canon 20D:
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    I really like the cascading nature of the first one.
     
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    Been away..Sorry I did not respond sooner. Thank you for your comment.. The first one is my favourite also. It is a new camera for me and I am still acclimating myself to it.
     
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    The first and fourth are my favorites. My eye just follows the cascade and the fourth is an example of one of my favorite ways to shoot - at an interesting angle.

    My first inclination is to shoot the front (flashy) side of the flower, but then I remember how interesting the back shots can be. I love the fuzzy buds (not sure what they would be called!).
     
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    Any chance you can take a close up shot of the blossoms on the 1st one? :) :)
     
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    Magnolia Taken from the back.

    I should be going back there Monday.. I'll try to get an image or two then. It is a 'Japonica' bush.
     

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