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Dahlia 9

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 7 November 2010 in Plant & Nature.

I used a patterned background when I took this photo. Added some of my textures.

NIKON D300 1 second F/36.0 ISO 160 105 mm


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Paul from summerside, Canada

Very nice

7 Nov 2010 12:05pm

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Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Great choice of background, an excellent shot.

7 Nov 2010 2:33pm

Enzo Giorgio Ros from Lausanne, Switzerland

Tout simplement splendide

7 Nov 2010 5:04pm

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

A beautiful specimen and love the 'gold on gold!'

7 Nov 2010 5:23pm

mimicy from Bordeaux, France

Belle photo de cette dleur de dahlia ... un beau relief ... bravo

7 Nov 2010 5:41pm

DULCIE from Danville, CA, United States

Terrific. I really like the effect of all the texture of the background.
It is very unusual .... the beautiful busy detail of the Dahlia holds up to it very well !

8 Nov 2010 7:13am

David from Bryn Mawr, United States

This is mesmerizing. What a wonderfully saturated effect. It would be an arresting image in an exhibit. Must have been fun to create.

8 Nov 2010 8:50am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

For me, the background takes some attention away from the flower - perhaps because there is a close affinity of color and intensity. Looking back, I find I much prefer those dream portraits where the background takes a more second place.

8 Nov 2010 9:28am

Marcie from Newton, United States

Love this gold-on-gold...and especially how you captured the hint of black outline around the flower's center. Beautiful!!!

8 Nov 2010 10:17am

GJC from Kyoto (京都), Japan

What especially attracts me is the incredible grace of the line of the stem.

8 Nov 2010 10:41am

Claude from Swarthmore, United States

Great processing, looks like a tapestry

9 Nov 2010 3:30pm

1 second
ISO 160
105 mm