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Abstract, Smoky Mountain Flowers – Tennessee, USA
Feature – “The world as we see it, or as we missed it”, “Snaptacular Group”, “Canon Photography Only Group”, “Appalachia Life & Artists”, “Superbly Visual”" Artists Universe"
1464 Views on December 30, 2013
Canon SD790IS
F – 2.8
Shutter – 1/400 Sec.
ISO – 200
Focal Length – 6.2mm
Finished in GIMP

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flowers, plants, close up, flora, blue ridge mountains, tennessee, gimp, nature, abstract, mountain laurel

My first camera was an Argus C3 given to me by my Uncle. Became interested and over the intervening years I have done photography and stopped, only to start again. Have begun again in the last 4 years with Canon Digital Point and Shoots. I have no training in the arts or photography. I have read some of Ansel Adam’s series, never finished.. I have learned a lot from seeing the fantastic images here.

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Comments

  • Berns
    Bernsover 2 years ago

    The tuumbnail popped at me Glenn! One of your most beautiful !

  • Wow, thanks my dear friend. I do appreciate your perspective! That is cool to know!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Tracy66
    Tracy66over 2 years ago

    Beautiful little flowers, very striking.

  • Thanks Tracy, I should post the original and try to find out what they are!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • CanyonWind
    CanyonWindover 2 years ago

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  • Thank you POP’s, you rock!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • mom23girls
    mom23girlsover 2 years ago

    Lovely image!

  • Thanks Dear Tracy! You are most kind!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Eve Parry
    Eve Parryover 2 years ago

    Superb! The flowers stand out beautifully against the black background.

  • Thank you Eve!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsover 2 years ago

    Love those colours : )

  • Thanks Karen!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroover 2 years ago

  • Gary L   Suddath
    Gary L Suddathover 2 years ago

    beautiful capture…I need to get there when these is in bloom this year

  • Hey Gary, thank you kind Sir! You wouldn’t happen to know what they are called, would you? They are wonderful without any treatment.

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Dean Cunningham
    Dean Cunninghamover 2 years ago

    really cool – great work glenn !

  • Thanks much, Dean!

    – Glenn Cecero

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