To make a gift last longer

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I took this so my wife can remember this gift long after the tulips wilt.
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If your photos of gifts are always this good, feel free to give me anything so you then have a reason to photograph it.

I'm reasonably certain that I would have removed the one leaf that is falling downward before capturing the image. Thus, considering my track record when it comes to judgement, it's no surprise that that leaf absolutely makes the photo work so well.
 
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If your photos of gifts are always this good, feel free to give me anything so you then have a reason to photograph it.

I'm reasonably certain that I would have removed the one leaf that is falling downward before capturing the image. Thus, considering my track record when it comes to judgement, it's no surprise that that leaf absolutely makes the photo work so well.
Funny. I knew the tulips were as you say but I liked that.

Lovely shot Allan. I particularly like the pastel tones.
Thanks Richard.

Beautiful Allan. Is it a stack or single shot?
You noticed. I switched to Sony in January of 2020 but kept my Z7 for focus bracketing. 12 shots.
 

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