Life In The Undergrowth

The tiny little flowers of a “Forget Me Not” that I found thriving under a tree in the garden. The shot was caught with a Canon 450D set at f/11, ISO-200, Exposure Bias = -1 and using a Mini-Tripod and the 2 second self-timer function.

I enjoy the whole creative process from beginning to end and seek to discover and portray the world in all of it’s rich, intense colours and interesting forms, textures and subjects. I draw inspiration from the harmonious colour schemes often present in the natural environment when creating my Graphic Designs, or composing a Photograph or other work.

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  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 2 years ago

    Those are very pretty flowers. You guys must be well into Spring by now. :)

  • They get a bit out of Control in the yard! :)) The men are into Spring, but funnily enough the Women here are enjoying Summer now! A strange, lovely breed they are. :-))

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  • Larry Butterworth
    Larry Butterworthalmost 2 years ago

    magical work James

  • Thank you mate! I might change this later on but I’m still unsure.

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  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 2 years ago

    Women are always eager to wear those pretty summer clothes. :)

  • When they do that’s a Great “Summer Sport” in it’s own special category – you can’t get it on pay TV! :-))

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  • Evita
    Evitaalmost 2 years ago

    Such gorgeous flowers… fantastic capture !!! ??

  • Thanks Evita! :))xx It was very close to the ground so even with the mini tripod it was tricky work to shoot them.

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  • shallay
    shallayalmost 2 years ago

    Nice positioning, and like your choice of edge – sweet flower!

  • It was a fiddly shot being so very close to the ground. The Frame Edge is a standard Resource in Photoshop, with a tint overlay to make it look more brown.

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  • Solomon Walker
    Solomon Walkeralmost 2 years ago

    wonderful photo capture!

  • Thank you Solo! I’ve shot it before in another part of the yard, but not in this way.

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  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Tayloralmost 2 years ago

    so sweet and lovely ;)

  • You say the darndest things! For a Weed, they do look pretty good. :-))

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  • Donna19
    Donna19almost 2 years ago

    Thus the name? How great is that! She never left, just found a nice spot to wait……………:)x

  • Bees and Bears hide in the Bushes, so I’d better watch out next time! Thanks D! :))xx

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  • Albert
    Albertalmost 2 years ago

    Wonderful

  • Thanks a lot!

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