Purple Light

© Alicia A. Bruce

Purple Light

Uploaded: June 21, 2005


The underside of a flower, with the sun making it look so bright behind it.


Karen E. Michaels level-deluxe June 21, 2005

Alicia, You have a good angle on this flower to bring out it's many different shades of color. I also like the composition. You may want to invest in a polarized filter for your camera. You have an eye for these photographs, and you should have the tools to bring it out with all the vitality you can. Peace, karen e michaels #266869

Alicia A. Bruce June 22, 2005

Thanks for your advice Karen! I would like to get a polarized filter. I'm not familiar with all the 'additions' to digital cameras, so do you have any suggestions on a certain one I could look into? #1505986

June 22, 2005

beautiful! #1507251

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