Soft as silk
|Copyright: Ina Hjorth Nilsson (Ina)
|Date Taken: 2006-06-01|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-06-03 5:16|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|'Nikkende kobjælde' (pusatilla vernalis) This flower often grow where the ground is sandy, well drained and warm ... It has a very fine dark purple flover and the hole plant is very soft almost like silk when you touch it...|
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I like this capture Ina. The composition is good - the diagonal line of the two flowers is leading the eye into the picture. The white flowers add some mystic to the picture as they are looking some kind of soft on the green background - not meaning that they are out of focus but the white colour make them look soft against the colourful surroundings. The background is a little messy. I wish you had used a lower f-stop to blur it a little more.
I know the flower but never in this way. I agree about the beauty when it blossom - it looks like hughes purple bells.