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Daisy Triptych

This is my second flower triptych, the first was of Harebells and try as I might, I could not reproduce the same quality but then daisies are heavy and dense in comparison - and each time I've gone out to shoot for this, it's been dull and dark.

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  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 18 Aug 2007, 02:08
I LOVE this, Joae Ann! It would be splendid as a wall hanging!!!
Ahhh. Big sigh. It's a beautiful creation and works on its own merit. You don't need to compare it to what has gone before.
Wonderful! I like this as much as the Harebells. (:o)
This is as good as your other one, it has atmosphere, i like the colours and softness. Other than the right hand one i dont think the pics would work on their own, so i assume this Triptych was your intention all along, which shows you have vision? smile
I think it works very well. As you say, they are two completely different flowers - the harebell is very dainty and ethereal and and the daisy more solid. I like the variety of DOF in the 3 different shots. It gives the effect of being like some tiny insect immersed in a sea of daisies - a bee's eye view!
I like very much these triptych !
Exquisite, blur has always been something I have found fascinating, you definitely have a knack of making the best of your images. I feel part of the secret is the white background and high key approach.
  • Kay
  • 19 Aug 2007, 01:21
As Alistair says, this is exquisite. The light is wonderful...and this photo (as with your other photos) are inspirational.
  • Deb
  • 19 Aug 2007, 13:40
Oh my! This one is really beautiful, Jose! Keep up the good work!
  • VZ
  • United States
  • 9 Jan 2009, 04:24
wonder, whatever happened to your flower shots. Did you lose interest in shooting them?

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