Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on StumbleUpon

Virginia Bluebell Buds 2

Posted by Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 22 April 2014 in Plant & Nature.

This is the same image as my last post, but without the top being cropped.
++++++++++++++
My article "How to Add Interest to a Bland Landscape" is in the April edition of Denise Ippolito's MiniMag .

Nikon D300 1/100 second F/4.0 ISO 125 105 mm

virginia | bluebells | flowers | buds | natives | wildflowers | blue | green | ferncliff

*****THANK YOU FOR VISITING ANITA'S PHOTOBLOG!*****

I have been INTERVIEWED three t imes by photo-buddies:
Artist Connection .
PHOTOGENERALIST
DAILY PRACTICE

SPOTLIGHT:
- Swallowtail Butterfly
- Sunrise in Window
- Wisteria
- Geese Crossing Road
- Moon Setting Over Amish Farm
- Himalayan Blue Poppy Bud

Elora from Vancouver/Derby, United Kingdom

love it!

22 Apr 2014 2:42pm

Brenda from Canton, United States

Hmmm - I really like the first one - the crop really emphasizes the subject - the blue buds. But I do like the curve of the top leaf in this version but my eye wants to explore it and I am pulled away from the buds. If forced to choose, I think I would pick the cropped image.

22 Apr 2014 3:11pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

I'm going to differ with Brenda. I like the the hint of blue in the top leaf that complements the blue buds. We now have the magical odd number of leaf tips, the buds themselves and the fifth element, the incomplete leaf on the right. The image is wonderful either way, but this is my favorite of the two. ;D

22 Apr 2014 3:22pm

@Judy aka L@dybug: Thank you for your comments and description of why you like this image. Always helpful to know how others think. I find it fascinating how personal preferences can differ.

Isa from Vaucluse, France

Très jolie photo, j'aime beaucoup ....

22 Apr 2014 3:42pm

Marcie from Newton, United States

Gorgeous...lush...rich deep colors. Love those blues and greens.

22 Apr 2014 7:37pm

Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

Intuitively, I decided that today's image version is my favorite as it has a more well-rounded feel.

23 Apr 2014 7:52am

Kiki from Ambert, Auvergne, France

The texture gives to the photo a silky aspect. Very beautiful ! (I prefer this version airier than the previous one)

23 Apr 2014 6:11pm

RBL from Oxford, United States

Both are very beautiful ... I do prefer this one ... I love the curve of the leaf and the darker colored edges of the leaves add dimension to the image ... Love it, Anita :)

23 Apr 2014 11:49pm