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Canon 7D, EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
Taken in a backyard in Bridgetown, Western Australia

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Thank you for looking at my work. I use a Canon 450D and 7D with Canon and Tamron lenses. Some of my work is manipulated in software, often using textures and sometimes blending with 2 or more images.

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  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypenny8 months ago

    Beautiful

  • Thanks Chris. x

    – Elaine Teague

  • kalaryder
    kalaryder8 months ago

    How pretty, I have not seen a grevillea like this before, it reminds me of a honeysuckle; does it have a nice perfume?

  • Don’t know Mik. Didn’t smell it. Didn’t think grevilleas had a perfume. Thanks for the comment.

    – Elaine Teague

  • Hi Mik
    My grevillea is a honeysuckle. LOL! There were so many flowers in that garden, when I came to do the processing I mistook it for a grevillea. So, yes, it has a delightful perfume.

    – Elaine Teague

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixon8 months ago

    Natures Paintbrush Group
    Beautiful Work, nice image but its is Honeysuckle, I have three different ones in my garden,

  • Thanks Ann. There were so many flowers in that garden, when I came to do the processing I mistook it for a grevillea and the comments have reminded me that there was a beautiful arch in the garden covered in honeysuckle. Silly me. :))

    – Elaine Teague

  • mike421
    mike4218 months ago

    Now this has me confused Grevillea #7 or Honeysuckle I do know what ever the name is it’s beautiful and I can imagine the perfume that come’s from them, I have never managed to grow them myself although I have tried, somebody told me once I should use horse manure but that was not the smell I was trying for in my garden, great picture Elaine and a Fave

  • OMG Mike, you are so right and I should’ve rechecked it when I saw Mik’s comment. There were so many flowers in that garden, when I came to do the processing I mistook it for a grevillea and your comment has reminded me that there was a beautiful arch in the garden covered in honeysuckle.
    We use horse manure in the garden and as long as it’s very dried and a bit old it doesn’t smell.

    – Elaine Teague

  • mike421
    mike4218 months ago

    Hello Elaine, thank you for the tip regarding horse manure, I will look out for the old dry stuff from now on, my late father-in-law us to collect it form Dartmoor every chance he had, of course he told his family they where going for a pick-nick.

  • PineSinger
    PineSinger8 months ago

    Lovely honeysuckle, love the color!

  • Thanks Pamela.

    – Elaine Teague

  • Kent Keller
    Kent Keller8 months ago

    Love that dark background! Beautiful image Elaine!!!

  • Many thanks Kent for your comment and fave.

    – Elaine Teague

  • Dianne English
    Dianne English8 months ago

    Lovely work Elaine, love the treatment !!!

  • Thank you Dianne.

    – Elaine Teague

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