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A line of paper daisies on the top of the Nut at Stanley.
Had been here quite a few times and photographed these before a couple of years ago, but I wanted a different version.
Still didn’t get what I wanted but I am not sure they will be there next year.
They are very much in danger of being overgrown.

Canon 5D2
Canon TS-E 24mm F/3.5L ii

Tags

stanley, tasmania, paper daisy, heliachrysum, everlasting, garth smith, the nut, grassland paper daisies, leuchochrysum, albicans, var tricolor

Comments

  • Stephanie Johnson
    Stephanie Johnsonover 1 year ago

    Lovely!

  • Thank you very much Stephanie

    – Garth Smith

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 1 year ago

    Very nice tones

  • Thank you kalaryder

    – Garth Smith

  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenover 1 year ago

    Hi there Garth! This is beautiful!

  • Thank you Carol

    – Garth Smith

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenover 1 year ago

    Nice work Garth..all the best mate.

  • Thank you Warren, same to you.

    – Garth Smith

  • vic321
    vic321over 1 year ago

    Beautiful

  • Thank you vic

    – Garth Smith

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandover 1 year ago

    Love the DOF here Garth.

    Clicking the banner takes you to the group….please enjoy it.

  • Thank you very much dg.

    – Garth Smith

  • Vicki Spindler (VHS Photography)
    Vicki Spindler...over 1 year ago

    WOW!!!!!! What a stunning photograph, terrific POV!!!! Love it :)))))))))))))

  • Thank you very much Vicki

    – Garth Smith

  • LindaR
    LindaRover 1 year ago

    love this ~ beautiful soft focus and so well done ~ as always xx

  • Thank you Linda, yes the soft focus is very smooth and done totally in camera with the tilting of the focus field.

    – Garth Smith

  • Brian French
    Brian Frenchover 1 year ago

    Great shot Garth! The daisy’s are Leuchochrysum albicans var. tricolor (grassland paperdaisy) which is an endangered plant in Tasmania (sorry I’m a botanist and this is a very good shot of a threatened plant…). Cheers

  • Thank you very much Brian, this is exactly the sort of info I tried to find online but couldn’t find. I tried Heliachrysum, paper daisy and everlasting but still had no luck. I can correct the title now.

    – Garth Smith

  • Kip Nunn
    Kip Nunnover 1 year ago

    I really like the saturated colours in the foreground Garth, great Mate Thank You :-)

  • Thank you Kip

    – Garth Smith

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