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Old 04-15-2012, 11:28 PM
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Daisies

Took these at the Botanical Conservatory on Detroit's Belle Isle.






and this one with some artistic manipulations (watercolor)

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Re: Daisies

I like the first one. More contrast with the red tulips. I love to look at a mass of the same flowers in real life, but easily get bored with a picture with all the same flowers unless it is very unique. At least the ones I have taken. Isnt it odd that when we see something that looks so awesome in real life but in a photo it struggles at times? Or is it just me........
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I agree with Dudley: I like the first most. You know me.... not to much colours in one photo
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Simply nice.

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OOOOH!. Very nice.

I give a slight edge to the first one.
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Dudley, Dave, Anna, and Janet,
Thank you for visiting and your comments. Much appreciated.
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