Used To Be An Artichoke

© Donna Dunbar

Used To Be An Artichoke

Uploaded: July 13, 2009


This spent artichoke was never harvested and left to flower, much to the bee's delight. Taken on a bright sunny day, used a circular polarizer F5.6/100 ISO 200 cropped slightly and added a little contrast.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/1000 seconds, Flash: did not fire, auto mode, ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 105.00 mm, Model: NIKON D90


Linda M. Walker July 13, 2009

Excellent details! #1153662

Kirsten Kiki Kjaer level-classic July 14, 2009

Beautiful lighting and colors, Donna. #7736725

Cassie L. Woodlee July 15, 2009

Beautiful Donna!!! #7742516

Donna Dunbar July 15, 2009

Thanks Linda, Kiki, and Cassie. #7742580

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