Yellow Petal Profusion


Other people's flower gardens fascinate me as I love to seek out plants that I have not seen before. This bed of low, bright yellow blooms, similar to sunflowers, but at the same time almost daisy-like captured my attention for ages. I took many blurs of it, as well as the photo of the partially eaten one with the moth in the middle of it, which possibly you saw in an earlier posting . I decided to take a multiple exposure of a prime specimen to show off the brilliant petals contrasted with the rich brown centre. This method seems to highlight the essence of a bloom, bringing out textures and details that aren't so obvious in a single exposure.

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41 Responses

  1. +Photo Mania Canada +Giselle Savoie and +Mark HELM thank you so much for your continued support. Your comments and shares mean a lot.

    +Leo Deegan thank you very much.

    Thanks a lot +Eve Aebi

    That's the technique, +Linda Jess – it really does bring it out well. Thanks.

    Thanks +Stephen Thackeray – you have to do something to get some attention around here!!

    Thanks a lot +Dylan Johnson

    +Edda Kölzer thank you very much. And the same to you.

    Wouldn't we +Heiko Mahr and I know that you have had fun doing just such things. :D:

    Thank you +mako ashi

    Exactly, nicely put +Robert Franklin – thanks.

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