Lone Flower

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  1. andypress

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    My first post, expect quite a few more.
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    *stares in amazement
     
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    Good choice with the color and a very nice background. I like it.
     
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    I like it! And I know you spent a bit of time getting the flower and stem selected for the color change. Flowers are easy - its that blasted green stem that gives me fits!!!
     
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    Thanks. Originally I just had thre top part of the flower in color, but decided to make the stem in color also.
     
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    Excellent photo! I like the smooth red and green on the flower with a b/w background.
     
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    Standard comments aside, I'm loving the DOF in this, the sharpness of the leaves in the foreground is excellent.

    For me, they hold my interest more than the flower! But then, I am no expert.
     

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