|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Xanthosia atkinsoniana is a slender perennial herb-like plant, flowering throughout summer. It is a member of the Apiaceae family which also includes the carrot, parsley, and celeri. |
X. atkinsoniana is endemic to the SW corner of Western Australia. It does not seem to have a common name. The four white flowers set at right angles seem a characteristic of the species.
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very nice picture to see
you can have more sharpness on the other flowers when the F8 is higher you have more deep
- [2015-07-05 19:50]
I agree with Lou, this is a very unique looking and pretty flower, but a much higher f stop would give it more needed DOF. The white balance and exposure is right on the money. I like the dark BG. TFS.