|Copyright: Daniel Towsey (danieltowsey) (101)|
|Date Taken: 2001|
|Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-06-16 15:32|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Hi! It was absolutely pitch black out at 2:00am, and I had to light this flower with my flashlight to be able to see it on my screen. I used a macro setting with flash turned to high. No tripod. My lense was only about an inch and a half away from this 3/4 inch wide flower. You should see the full screen version. Its magnificently clear...Thanks for viewing and any comments........|
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- [2005-06-16 18:49]
Hello Daniel, welcome to TN. This is a very nice first post. The colours are great. I like the composition but I think it could be improved by a little more room to the right to include the leaf and bring the flower head slightly off centre. Also perhaps a little more DOF to bring the all of the flower into focus - the top is a teeny bit soft in focus.
Nice post and I looks forward to seeing you here on TN.
Daniel , my favorite flower!
But it aint clover! It's called knapweed... And it is a big attraction to the gold finches we see!
I will post some shots later... Meanwhile the only photo i have with seedpods is:
Hope this helps!
PS Here is my post with the info abt knapweed: