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  • Backlit beauties

    Couldn't resist taking these in the early morning sunlight just outside my back door (still in my dressing gown!)

    Enkianthus:




    Comfrey:




    Aquilegia:




    Periwinkle:




    Geranium:




    All with E-M5 plus Leica 14-150mm plus EX25

    David

    Canon 7DII, Sigma 150-600mm Sport, Sigma 18-300mm, Sigma 8-16mm, National Geographic Expedition Carbon.

    "It is better to light a single candle than curse the darkness" - Confucius (551479 BC)

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    Re: Backlit beauties

    They are beautiful David, is it natural back light?
    John.
    Looking back at your presentation you do say early sunshine.
    A real joy to see thanks for showing.

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    • #3
      Re: Backlit beauties

      They're all very nice though I absolutely love that first one, such gorgeous colours, perfectly formed flowers and beautifully captured.

      Pardon my ignorance (again) but what is it - the first one?

      Pol

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      • #4
        Re: Backlit beauties

        Originally posted by Pol View Post
        They're all very nice though I absolutely love that first one, such gorgeous colours, perfectly formed flowers and beautifully captured.

        Pardon my ignorance (again) but what is it - the first one?

        Pol
        A small flowering shrub.

        Canon 7DII, Sigma 150-600mm Sport, Sigma 18-300mm, Sigma 8-16mm, National Geographic Expedition Carbon.

        "It is better to light a single candle than curse the darkness" - Confucius (551479 BC)

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        • #5
          Re: Backlit beauties

          Having numerous of them myself I am a fan of Aquilegia and this one looks to be a prime specimen.
          I believe the Enkianthus belongs to the campanula family
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