Flowers from all over

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  1. spektacle

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    Hi

    Here are a few images taken on various travels.

    Sea of Moss at Ginkaku-ji in Kyoto
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    Balinese flower
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    A sea of golden chrysanthemum
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    Nice set...I like the different
    DOF'S in all 3..TFS!
     
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    Thanks for your comment and thanks for looking!
     
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    You could do some to work on your lighting. Sunny days are generally not the best for photographing flora, since it's hard to avoid stark shadows like that in #2. A reflector can often help to eliminate some shadows.
     
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    Thanks for the tip. The light is bit strong as you noted. I was also quite close to the subject, perhaps that accentuated the equatorial sun.
     

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