Soft Flowers

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  1. pez

    pez No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This macro is a little blurred due to breezy conditions, and has "limited" DOF, but I like it somehow- maybe a little abstract, and use it as a desktop.
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    Same flowers and less-than-ideal conditions, but the bokeh is sort of nice, I thought...
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    The first looks like an oil painting. Accidental or not, soft focus has it's advantages. A tad feminine for my personal taste but technically I like them both.
     
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    Nice images! I dig the colors in #1... Sweet! Interesting use of DOF.

    Was that on purpose or just spontaneous shooting?
     
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    Thanks- oh, it was intended- used a tripod. But the breeze sort of "helped", I guess. :lol:
     
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    I just fixed the link for these (moved) and noticed I didn't identify them as begonias... :neutral:
     

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