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Hanging flowers

red and white fuchsia flowers

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful shot. This would make a lovely greeting card.

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  2. A great composition!


    RAINBOW DITTY

    Dibs of yellow and dabs of red—
    Rainbow colors go to my head!

    Dashes of gold and crimson too—
    Painted like this I can’t feel blue!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Red Cactus Fruit

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  3. The colours set each other off perfectly - the green is important in the composition too.

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  4. They are so pretty!

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  5. Sweet capture. The detail is stunning.

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  6. Is that a bleeding heart flower? Lovely!

    My ABC is about the Humongous Coke in Disney.

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  7. So pretty! I can never get enough of flower photos, and agree with photowannabe that this would make a lovely greeting card!

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  8. great picture - I love the red against the white..

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  9. Gorgeous! I never tire of seeing the endless forms of God's creations.

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  10. These are absolutely lovely. Between the color and composition, it's the kind of thing I can see hanging over my mantel.

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