115. The Great Outdoors

The petals dancing in the wind really seemed to enhance the black center cone…this bloom really reminded me of a graceful ballerina.

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~ by Tammy on June 23, 2010.

13 Responses to “115. The Great Outdoors”

  1. Dancing Twaddle, I stared at the leaves of that smelly thing for an hour and they never moved a bit!

  2. Great macro. I like the Bokeh around it. Nice colors too.
    Have a nice weekend.

  3. EXCELLENT MACRO SHOTS…I WNAT U KNOW THAT I LOVE YOUR ARTS…
    CONGRATS
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/06/fotografia-e-uma-artephotography-is-an-art/

  4. Wow! That is a beauty of a shot! The depth of field is so absolutely perfect for the subject.

  5. So unique! As mentioned DOF and bokeh are great… but I also like your frame. I’ve decided to make adding a frame as my next personal goal, which has added a whole new appreciation to this aspect of post processing. Have discovered that it is really easy to make a hokey looking frame.

    • Frames are really easy and I think they have a way of showing off the image even more…looking forward to your frames! 🙂

  6. Hi Tammy,
    Great macro shot! And it does look like ballerina’s. Ron just needs glasses! LOL Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  7. It DOES look like a ballerina….with a bright yellow tutu. Nice shot.

  8. This one is absolutely magnificent!

  9. I love the flower in the background with a great DOF. Beautiful picture.

  10. This is so beautiful, Perfect DOF indeed, it glows in its prairie dance.

  11. To me, what makes this special is the visual echo effect.

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