Golden Eyes

© James R. Jackson

Golden Eyes

Uploaded: October 24, 2003

Description

Unknown flowers taken at an orchid exhibit in Washington, D.C. They really do look like gentle, golden eyes, don't they? Indoor shot with flash; auto exposure; auto focus.

Comments

October 24, 2003

You make the flowers appear to not even be attached to the stems and leaves, it's really beautiful. I would use it as a screensaver anyday. #69068

James R. Jackson October 24, 2003

Thank you, Danica! They do look a bit like stars floating free, don't they?

Jay
#243673

October 24, 2003

Yeah, now that you say that they do appear to be floating. As if they were on top of the water and the leaves were below the water. #243681

Lori Ditlefsen October 24, 2003

Very nice shot Jay! Nice detail and clarity. #243771

James R. Jackson October 24, 2003

Thanks, Lori! #243831

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