Growing Wild

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Found these lovely daffs growing wild while out walking yesterday, couldn't resist taking loads of shots. (must be getting the bug)
18/04/2009 - 08:02Cliff-P
CategoryFlowers & plants
Shutter Speed1/80
Focal Length180mm


Link Posted 18/04/2009 - 18:34
This is a lovely shot Cliff.
All my attempts at daffodils just came out outright rubbish, just can't manage to snap a decent one.
Yours here seems absolutely great with the green grass enhancing it. You really captured it pretty well here. I think if you had just framed it to be one alone or a closeup it wouldn't have come up as good as this. I think that's where I am getting it wrong. I should try your method and see if they come up better. I just dumped all the daffodil shots I had. Will try again now after seeing your shot :0
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Link Posted 18/04/2009 - 19:53
Thanks Amin, Found them purely by chance growing wild, must have taken 20 or so shots at different angles and this shot was the best I thought. Not really been a flowery type person (if that's the right expression) but after seeing some of the gorgeous images by other members in the gallery I thought I would give it a go.

The daffodil season wont last much longer Amin, so be quick if you want to do more shots. Most of mine in the garden are dying back now, but there are some nice Tulips coming through at the moment and they are my next assignment.

So go give it another go Amin, we await the outcome.

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Link Posted 18/04/2009 - 22:46
Hi Cliff nice natural shot my dafs are well gone and dead.
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