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  • Krys Bailey
    Krys Baileyover 5 years ago

    Wow – absolutely vivid and lovely, Bonnie! These are fiddly flowers to shoot and this is so detailed throughout – I’m speechless (well its all relative!) ;o))) Great sho!

  • Thanks, Krys, I don’t know what I’m doing but I keep trying. I actually was trying to capture a hummingbird moth be he was too elusive; the flowers were more cooperative!

    – Bonnie T. Barry

  • OOPS, meant BUT he was too elusive . . .

    – Bonnie T. Barry

  • Krys Bailey
    Krys Baileyover 5 years ago

    Well I hope you get that Hummingbird Hawk Moth! We DO have those over here occasionally – the nearest thing to the real Hummingbird! They are gorgeous but I haven’t snapped one yet. Good luck – would love to see a pic of one! ;o)

  • KSkinner
    KSkinnerover 5 years ago

    Pretty flower and nice image, you had a great backdrop for this shot!

  • Sharon Johnstone
    Sharon Johnstoneover 5 years ago

    Absolutely stunning Bonnie!!!!!

  • jesika
    jesikaover 5 years ago

    Very pretty image, Bonnie, and MUCH easier than the Humming Bird Hawk Moth. They are very fast but if you study them carefully you can predict (to a limited extent) their movements. Hope you get one, in the mean time, more dianthus will do nicely, thank you.
    jx

  • Barry Norton
    Barry Nortonover 5 years ago

    Wonderful Bonnie

  • Sheryl Kasper
    Sheryl Kasperover 5 years ago

    This flower has so much detail, from it’s pointed edges, to its tones of color. Wonderful photo my friend.

  • Farmncamera
    Farmncameraover 5 years ago

    They are so little and petite… and you have done such a great job with them!!!. :) xx

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusover 5 years ago

    Superb Bonnie…I love the vibrant color of the Dianthus, and the lighting was perfect to showcase the varigated centers…..such a beautiful image…well done my friend…hope you are well…….J

  • Agnes McGuinness
    Agnes McGuinnessover 5 years ago

    A glorious, glorious capture, Bonnie. A very beautiful flower. Agnes:)))

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