Wisteria, April 17, 2013

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Nice study of these gorgeous blooms. I love all the commingling with the pine. Such sharp contrasts with the greens and violents. Really punchy. I love two and three. The final one leaving out the bottom, I would have tried a portrait composition there.
 
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Very pretty. We love wisteria. Can't get enough of it to bloom in our garden.
 
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Nice study of these gorgeous blooms. I love all the commingling with the pine. Such sharp contrasts with the greens and violents. Really punchy. I love two and three. The final one leaving out the bottom, I would have tried a portrait composition there.
Very pretty. We love wisteria. Can't get enough of it to bloom in our garden.
I love the tight macros and the fluffy lilac clouda.
Thank you Rich, Art, and Don.
 
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Looking at them individually vs as a sequence brings a different emotion when I see them. I have learned a lot today. Thanks for sharing.
 
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