BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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WOODLAND SUNFLOWERS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Flower & Bee

These flowers came into bloom within a day or two of a heavy rainfall. Despite their lovely sounding name I spotted them off a suburban bike path. Both photographs were taken in bright sunlight using a 300mm lens.  The second one, taken a day later had the lens fitted with a teleconverter and taken at F-6.3, the background had less bokeh.  I had geared up to try my luck with a kingfisher I had seen earlier in the week. It didn’t make an appearance but the flowers were as nice as ever and as the saying goes you “dance with the one that brung ya”.

Yellow Flower 2

 

16 thoughts on “WOODLAND SUNFLOWERS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. You make them exceptionally beautiful with your lighting.

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  2. Lovely shots! I hope you do get a try at the kingfisher another day.

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  3. I rather like the second one Belinda.

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  4. Nice details and sharpness in those pics. Great job.

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  5. Those are beautiful…and dance with the one that brung ya is what makes photography such fun! Expectancy vs. expectations!

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  6. These are beautiful Belinda. The colours are as of the sun itself. Beautiful light and details.

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  7. Ahh so nice!! What a great shot

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