Red Hibiscus

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  1. sfaribault

    sfaribault TPF Noob!

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    My first picture post....

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  2. Raymond J Barlow

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    wonderful shot!! very pretty!
     
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    This is beautiful art of nature. If I may suggest--you may want to get the pix next time in full sun to show off the contrast more of the petals and the stem.

    Sheila
     
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    I like the perspective you chose instead photographing it head on. Nice photo!

    Edit: I accidentally pressed submit before welcoming you to TPF! So, WELCOME!!! :D
     
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    Welcome to TPF, sfaribault.
    You are presenting yourself with a very beautiful photo here as your first photo-post! The red is very well exposed, and apart from the fact that hibiscus blossoms are wonderful, you also managed to capture this one well. I like how the little waves in the petals show so clearly.
     
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    Thanks everyone..

    ronshebar - The sun was behind the flower and to my side.. Some of the other pictures I took the red was so blasted I was loosing detail.

    Steve
     

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