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Red Eucalyptus flowers
Australian Native flora

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About Me

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Cover Shots 11/Feb/2014
Wild Flowers Of The World 08/Mar/2014
Thanks to the hosts

Photo taken in Melbourne – Australia

Canon EOS400D,
Tamron Macro Lens 90mm
Camera hand held
RAW details:
Exposure bias -1.00 ev
exposure 1/400 f/ 7.1 iso 100
I use natural and reflected daylight.

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Photo taken 30th January,2014


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  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watson7 months ago

    Red Eucalyptus flowers
    Australian Native flora

    Please View Large
    About Me

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boily7 months ago

    beautiful flowers Joy! they are clear and sharp. nicely done ;)

  • Much appreciated Manon

    – Joy Watson

  • lorilee
    lorilee7 months ago


  • Many thanks Lori

    – Joy Watson

  • vigor
    vigor7 months ago

    These are so beautiful!!!

  • Thanks so much Viv

    – Joy Watson

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agius7 months ago

    Perfectly captured Joy.

  • Much appreciated Steve

    – Joy Watson

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixon7 months ago

    Natures Paintbrush Group
    Beautiful Work

  • Thanks Ann

    – Joy Watson

  • kalaryder
    kalaryder7 months ago

    Lovely sunlit shot

  • Many thanks

    – Joy Watson

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belaj7 months ago

    Perfectly captured Joy.

  • Thanks Ana

    – Joy Watson

  • John Velocci
    John Velocci7 months ago

  • Thanks John

    – Joy Watson

  • Shulie1
    Shulie17 months ago

    Beautiful – they look like sea anemones!

  • I can see that. Thanks Steph

    – Joy Watson

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