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Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 24 June 2011 in Plant & Nature.

I taped this clover to white tissue paper that was taped to the window. Applied one of my textures.

NIKON D300 13/10 second F/40.0 ISO 200 105 mm


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Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Your explanation is as delightful as the image ! Amazing where photography takes us.

24 Jun 2011 8:17am

Chantal from Terheijden, Netherlands

I love the natural tones today

24 Jun 2011 8:23am

Marcie from Newton, United States

Such an incredible result! Who'd of ever thunk to add tissue paper and window light to the mix?!?!

24 Jun 2011 11:30am

Maggy from Liège, Belgium

Subtile traitement pour cette fleur, bravo
Bon week-end

24 Jun 2011 12:36pm

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

Creative approach - and you were able to maintain good light. Love your lovely curve. A winner!

24 Jun 2011 2:20pm

Tomas Turecek from Czech Republic

Great colours, light and texture but what I like the most is the composition and the durve. Really nice. Have a nice weekend.

24 Jun 2011 6:13pm

Vert Pomme from Montreuil Sous Bois, France

Original j'aime beaucoup.

24 Jun 2011 7:18pm

Barbara Lee from Oakland, United States

This is simply gorgeous Anita! What an unusual flower. One of a kind. It has real personality!

24 Jun 2011 9:39pm

Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

Superb clarity and very pleasing, subtle color combo.

24 Jun 2011 10:33pm

Phil Vaughn from United States

When I first saw this, I thought "pressed flower!" I was only slightly close. This a superbly composed photo and your technique and texture work so well.

25 Jun 2011 11:22pm

John Maslowski from Dallas, PA, United States

Truly a beautiful image Anita, always an amazing work.

26 Jun 2011 2:40am

Sue Henry from Nashville, United States

Interesting how you have achieved nearly a 'line drawing' feel. Beautifully executed, Anita.

26 Jun 2011 12:15pm

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Now that is a unique perspective. I like this!

28 Jun 2011 12:44am

Ansie from Paarl, South Africa

Looks like a botanical drawing, lovely!

29 Jun 2011 2:12pm

@Ansie: Thank you. I liked that effect, also.

Marie from FRESNES, France

j'aime beaucoup cette fleur un peu abimée, et ce post traitement.

5 Jul 2011 8:12pm

@Marie: Thank you. I'm glad you like it.

13/10 second
ISO 200
105 mm