Old mining road wildflowers

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  1. JCphoto

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    Went for a hike with some friends down a long abandoned mining road outside of Invermere BC in the Purcell Mountains. These are a few of the flowers I saw along the way, alot of them I shot in RAW so im just getting used to the now editing approach.

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    Thanks for looking!

    any comments, suggestions, favs are more than welcome.

    JC
     
  2. GYFÄP

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    Oh my. That little drop on number 3 ... Amazing!!! I like all the photos but my favorite has to be number 3!

    It's a good angle on number 6 as well.. but they are all brilliant, really.

    I think the 2nd pic of that yellow flower is the most successful of those two. I don't know, I think there's too much space in the right side of the 1st pic. but that's just my oppinion.
    The vertical shape works better, I think.

    Good job! Keep it up :D
     
  3. AlexisRhea

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    I really like #1 and #8. I like the negative space and crispness at the top of the flower in #1. And I love the whispy waterfalls. I'm no expert, but I can tell you what looks pleasing to my eye. :)
    Nice water droplet/leaf. I just wish the flower wasn't there. Even though its not in focus, it distracts from the cool droplet.
     

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