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Red Maple Flower 2

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 27 February 2008 in Plant & Nature.

This is the same flower as in yesterday's photo, but in more focus. I wanted you to be able to see how beautiful this little, fleeting flower, is.

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KONICA MINOLTA MAXXUM 5D 4/1 second F/18.0 ISO 100 100 mm

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Ed Heaton from atglen, United States

Good morning Anita,
I liked the other image but this image is stronger! Well done :-)

27 Feb 2008 1:42pm

Koushiro from Singapore, Singapore

Yea... I'd have preferred yesterday's image too, but well done nonetheless!

27 Feb 2008 2:01pm

Chris from South Jersey, United States

Very pretty - I think I preferred yesterday's a little more (the out of focus adds a dimension of softness that goes well with the delicate nature of the flower).

27 Feb 2008 9:32pm

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Well, I can see from the comments that you've intrigued us all. I'd agree with two of those above that yesterday's was the more interesting because it had an aura of mystery about it. This is pretty, too, of course, but yesterday's had beauty plus some magical extra. Just my opinion.

28 Feb 2008 9:32am

Paul Michko from Exton, PA, United States

I have to agree witrh Ed. This one certainly is stronger. Just a stunning dsplay.

28 Feb 2008 11:12am

Kerri from Blacksburg, United States

I Like them both! Well done! And glad that you shared both with us!

1 Mar 2008 2:00pm

KONICA MINOLTA MAXXUM 5D
4/1 second
F/18.0
ISO 100
100 mm

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