snapdragons and some distant relatives

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  1. thebeginning

    thebeginning TPF Noob!

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    took these while on a very nearby 'photo expedition' with photographiti...i'll post other stuff later. but here are just some of the flowers:


    snapdragons:
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    distant (only relative in the fact that they are both plants that bloom) relatives:
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    i took this next picture in high color (as opposed to natural or low) mode and noticed afterwards. the saturation was so high it looked super fake. i got alot of it out though. still rather fake looking imo. what do you guys think?
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    some fun with little white flowers (no idea what they are called):
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    i know this is an ultra crummy job, but i was curious just to see how it looked:
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    laaaast one. i think it might be an azalea. but probably not, since they grow in like bush things.
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    thanks for the comments in advance!

    critiques are most welcome
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The last looks like a petunia (hard to tell with this crop), and the "white ones" look like cherry blossoms at first sight (provided they were in a TREE?????)
    As a great fan of flower photography, I just have to like these, and the "repaired" high colour photos has been repaired well, I think. Nice! :D
     
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    thebeginning TPF Noob!

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    ah, petunia. and yes, those flowers were on a tree, so i guess that is what they are.
    thanks for the comment lafoto!
     

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