Spawning Flower

© Scott Thomas

Spawning Flower

Uploaded: March 12, 2004

Description

his image was taken with a F8.0, 1/8 sec using a 90-300mm zoom lens at around the 300 end. The flower has just developed in my wifes garden. I have called this Flower Spawn due to the number and colour of the individual sprouts from the flower heart. It wasn't the best time to take the photo as it was an overcast late afternoon under windy conditions. To be honest I just had the urge to hear the click of a the camera in action.

Comments

Mette Vendelboe Allison level-classic March 12, 2004

Great colours! I would crop more off the right side. I feel it steals too much unwanted attention:-) #106190

March 12, 2004

So pretty!!! #420162

Robin L. Wehrman March 12, 2004

Beautiful and great detail and color. nice job Scott!! #420893

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