Gorgeous sepia-fied photo of a chrysanthemum. You are so talented with macro shots Robin!Now I'm off to check out your Ruby Tuesday (running late again).
Very well done, and yes, it is a Chrysanthenum. I call them graveyard flowers, I don't really like them but your picture is magnificent!
So very pretty, Robin! A perfect capture for Sepia Scenes! :)
That is beautiful!!!
Beautiful once again!
And it's definitely lovely, too.
The ambient light ripples off each beautiful leaf. The warm glow of the sepia makes me think of Spring. This is a wonderful take!
How lovely in sepia! Nice light and shadows.
I feel the same as Jientje, don't normally like them, but this is beautiful Robin.Thanks for sharing it.
what a beautiful flower
Nice one Robin. I like the way you celebrate the forms and tones by cropping closely.
Oh my goodness, Robin. This may be my favorite one as of yet. But I shouldn't say that; it is hard to choose just one.
wow! you're brilliant at thisI was chuckling to myself as the page opened, I remember you saying you didn't think your macros, your flower shots were all that goodthey're flawless!!I feel as if I could step into the flowerwow! again Robin
Lovely! I can feel the softness of the petals.
I'm speechless. As a photo it is nice. As a large oil painting the size of a wall, it would be something to stand before.
I just love the softness of this photo! Nice job.
And photos of them are so beautiful. Each petal is different yet so alike. Don't ya' love nature!
This is beautiful. And it should definitely go in your shop!
Wow, so tender and lovely!
nice post. thanks.
I missed this?? How??This is ... I wish I knew a word that was sufficient to convey just how stunning this is. I'm sure there is one. So what ever that word is, this is that.
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