Originally Posted by yoshi
I like the definition.
Meadow flowers are being killed off on verges, in fields, in gardens etc. We converted our back garden into a meadow flower area and the insects, birds and wildlife love it. There's colour all year and it's actually low maintenance. The flowers and plants find their own level and just keep coming year in and year out.
We got our seeds from HERE
and the germination rate was excellent, I'd say approximately 95% or more.
The definition of the details on Peter's daisy are also excellent. Small daisies can be very difficult to photograph well, difficult to maintain all the white tones without burn out. Peter's is superb. I also love the setting, the exposure and the bokeh.