night sunflower

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    one i took over summer
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    kind of boring, but i like it :)
     
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    Yep. It is very boring. But the thing that struck me about it was the spiny leaves. It reminds me a little of a Venus Fly Trap. I never saw that before in the daylight.
     
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    A little stark, no? A more diffused flash (maybe even bounced off a white board) would have softened it up a little, but still left it bright enought to stand out against the dark sky.
     
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    a lil diffused lite would help along with a lil less green, other than that I like it
     
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    The image looks flat because of the flash that came from the front. A bounced flash with some reflectors would made this image a true beauty.
     

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