Flowers in the park

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WOW!! (that's all I am going to say).......OK OK OK...........Both shots are AMAZINGLY GOOD!!! Your first shot is the best out of the two, IMHO!! :D :D :D :D
 
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Viera Fl
Beautiful park Paul.

Colors are just gorgeous. Beautiful shots.

The second one is a very unusual flower. Never saw one of those. What ever it is, it is pretty.

So glad you enjoyed a nice day today at the park. Quite a variety of images you have shared.

Thank You
 
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Paul,

Sorry that I'm late with my comments, but they aren't any different from the previous folks. Nice pics, with great color.;-)

I for one am glad that you missed the horizon slightly on the second one. I don't take that many scenics, and when I do, I usually make the same mistake. Gives me another item to add to my mental checklist. :lol:

Regards,

Frank
 
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Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
I love the first picture - the second's OK too!

I agree with the earlier comments about the roofline.

Whenever I take a photo where straightness is an issue I always seem to lean two or three degrees from the level.

I must do this on 90% of my shots - it must be something to do with how I grip the camera and, yes, I do have the gridlines showing.

Luckily it's easily and quickly corrected in PhotoShop - it's just another step in the workflow. It would be nice to eliminate it at the shooting stage, but I don't think I'll manage it any time soon.
 
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