Fiery Red Clusters ~ Illawarra Flame Tree

Kerryn Madsen-Pietsch

Innisfail, Australia

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  • Efflorescent clusters
    Of fiery red
    Bell-shaped flowers and pods
    On red twiggy stems
    Formed
    At the end of the branches
    Of the Illawarra Flame Tree
    Five partially fused petals
    The bell flowers have.
    A unique Australian native
    Of the tropical regions
    Of Australia’s east coast
    Botanical name ~ Brachychiton acerifolius
    Growing near Innisfail, Far North Queenlsand, AU.

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Technical Info
Camera/Shoot Details
Handheld Pentax K-5 II s Lens DA* 50-135
1/30s @ f/2.8, ISO 100, FL.135mm
Time – Fresh sunny early morning, 6.16am, end of Jan. (Summer/FNQ Wet Season)
Image processed/edited via CS2.

An intense DOF/bokeh ‘busy’ shot resulting in appealing artee crazy effects (for me anywayz)
… I then played around ‘a bit’ (digital enhancement/artistic license) by replacing one digital colour layer only ie. light yellow green leaves for aqua-blue.

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