Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.
Well done Margie great angle and great effect
9 Sep 2008 5:17am
@jamesy: Thanks Jamesy.
Truly natural, simple, and nicely composed. Got on your belly for this one, eh?
9 Sep 2008 11:59am
@Luis A. De Jesus R.: Got the damp patches on my clothes to prove it! :)
Thanks for the comment, Luis, I appreciate it.
Nice simple and effective.A good low angle and lush colours.
9 Sep 2008 1:43pm
@Anthony Lambert: Hi Anthony, it was indeed pretty low! Thanks for the visit and comment.
Good shot. The contrasting colors of the grass and the daisies works pretty well. Well done
9 Sep 2008 2:57pm
@Rui: Thanks Rui.
Perfect focus and vibrant colours! Like it!
9 Sep 2008 3:10pm
@MadScientist: Thanks MS. I had a lot of fun playing around with the focus actually. I think this was the best of the bunch.
Pâquerette in French :-) Nice photo !
9 Sep 2008 7:22pm
@Ko7: Ah, I learned something! :)
The DOF produces a really great effect on this one. Fantastic result Margie.
9 Sep 2008 9:20pm
@Ana Lúcia: Thanks for the comment and visit Ana, I was pretty pleased with it. :)
The light, saturation and bokeh are all beautiful. This is a good one...!!
9 Sep 2008 9:42pm
@Observing: Thanks Mike!
Beautiful composition. Quite romantic... I love it.
The grass (on the left) pointing the flowers is excellent.
9 Sep 2008 11:48pm
@akarui: Thanks very much for the visit and nice comment, Akarui.
Daisies always look so abundantly happy . . unless they hear a lawnmower . .
10 Sep 2008 1:47pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Don't they though! There's something very cheerful about daisies. These particular ones will be hearing the lawnmower this weekend, weather permitting! :)
Thanks for the visit and comment Ronnie.
Simple, lovely, elegant, and well composed.
10 Sep 2008 4:01pm
@Stephen Phillips: Thanks very much Stephen!
The depth of focus is good here Margie.
Simple but beautiful picture with nice colours.
11 Sep 2008 6:05am
@Gabor Varga: Thank you Gabor, and thanks for the visit and comments elsewhere on my blog, I appreciate it.
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