- mogens-j (20)
- [2004-07-23 16:25]
Welcome on TN Lisa. It is a very nice flower - which I do not know the name of - but I do like your picture and the composition. Beautiful colours and nice dof.
Beautifully sharp with good DOF and great colours. It looks like the ipomea I have on my balcony, maybe a wild form of those - they have more or less heartshaped leaves and each flower only lasts one day.
- Callie (7555)
- [2004-07-23 16:32]
This is a convulvalis or mornig glory, a vine-type annual. Beautiful flower and great beelines, I think Robert called it long ago. Nice in the lower part of the picture.
Welcome to TN Lisa ,
you are the only person here so far whose work I dont know, but from your first post here it looks really good ,
the morning light works wonders for the colours of this convolvulus family flower, loads of DOF front to back in the flower and a good hints to the rest of the plant.Nice one
- Porteplume (84)
- [2004-07-23 16:47]
Such a simple flower... But at the same time very attractive, especially by the tight framing and the big green leaf as background, lovely work Lisa!
- PDP (11769)
- [2004-07-24 17:46]
Nice and simple. Excellent composition and cropping. Sharp and crisp image.
- burdallet (0)
- [2004-07-25 14:07]
We call this flower 'liseron' in french which means "tiny lily" .. is it a flower like water ?
- Luko (134)
- [2004-07-31 13:32]
It seems you have a certain kick (but also skill) for finding simple subjects.
Your mastery of geometry is very good and quite innovative : few "nature" photographers would dare shoot a flower straight in front like you did, I must say it works very nicely.
- ian (0)
- [2005-03-01 2:58]
Pretty photo. I like. You do interesting photos.
- LCannon (3107)
- [2005-06-19 13:03]
The placement of this flower in the frame is perfect, I love the sandy background and the round shaped leaves. The frame is very complimentary to the subject. Well done.
- Luc (14767)
- [2006-02-13 21:37]
I took a look at your first posts.
This one was very good.
Thank you Lisa.