Azalea Spring

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I know this probably violates every rule of proper lighting and composition but I found I liked it. This was taken from my front porch just after sundown and I decided to drop the exposure to normal and allow the natural light (well, what little remained) play off of the azaleas.

Critique welcomed and appreciated.

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It does have some endearing qualities about it. My first thought was that it is underexposed but as I looked at it I found myself liking it also. My eye is drawn to the center blossom which seems to contain just enough light to make it stand out a little.
 
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greyflash said:
It does have some endearing qualities about it. My first thought was that it is underexposed but as I looked at it I found myself liking it also. My eye is drawn to the center blossom which seems to contain just enough light to make it stand out a little.

Thanks Gordon. I was about this close to scrapping it but decided to take one more look. The more I looked, the more the center seemed to stand out from the others.
 

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