flowers/grave

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  1. spiffybeth

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    c/c please!
     
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    The colors are awesome!
     
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    Awesome textures and color in the flowers.
     
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    Pretty and bold.
     
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    Love the colors in the one Beth. Very nice capture.
     
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    The fact that there is more space on the right of the grave than on the left is really bothering me. Other than that, I like this shot, great colors.
     
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    thanks for the kind words, guys!

    trenton, i totally agree and i didnt notice it until after i posted it, but when i went back and edited it so the sides were even, i lost a lot of its vibrancy so ill have to work on that. thanks!
     
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    full edit, grass is equal on each side now. :D
     
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    WOW beautiful colors on the flowers
     
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    Very nice, beth. What happens if you rotate it 180 degrees? The upside down writing on the card bothers me.
     
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    I think the symbolism of the broken flower is very moving even if unintentional.....the photoshop grass kills it for me though. If you did that to cover fresh dirt, I think you may have lost some of the emotion of the shot. I would love to see the raw shot

    Vince
     
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    thanks again guys.

    scott, i rotated it and hated it. thanks for the feedback.

    vince, i broke up that flower myself, and i agree, the grass isnt well done. here's the image with only some RAW editing.

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