- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-05-22 11:16]
An excellent shot on this wild flower. Excellent detail, and vivid color on this Paintbrush. Nice Shot!
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-05-22 12:16]
I know what you feel Lori! Not long ago I climbed 'easy' mountains in Romania. No, they weren't easy. At least for me ;-) Very optymistic, bright picture with good story. Thanks for sharing it!
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-05-22 13:21]
Mountain guides are I feel some times written by the blind , we did one last year in the hills of Deryshire it was discribed as undulating , as you say being a mountain goat would of been an advantage, one section was a 1ft wide track with a steep uphill slope and 100ft+ cliff directly on the othe side hairy or what.
the flower you got was worth the climb I would say , very nicely seen TFS Robert
- Graal (5100)
- [2005-05-22 14:11]
Very good shot, interesting note. I like the colours & sharpness. Well done.
- puffy (1351)
- [2005-05-22 21:06]
Nice shot Lori, great notes. Nice DOF, details and colours. Looking at this beautiful flower, I believe it is all worth it after all. :) TFS
- j_wyatt (1235)
- [2005-05-22 22:39]
That shot turned out great. You really had a great focus on the front flower, all the "hairs" can even be seen, and the background really adds to the photo.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-05-23 2:44]
Wonderful flower macro.DOF,lighting,details and composition are perfect.TFS...
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-05-26 4:15]
Its a nice set of flowers in the wild series you have running Lori. The natural environment that can be seen in the BG adds a nice touch. Well done.
- sam224 (305)
- [2005-06-14 9:48]
Excellent shot. Optimal focusing and very nice flower. The note is also very precise. bravo!
Although I'm not much of a flower enthusiast (which still doesn't mean I don't find them fascinating), I have to say that your paintbrush is indeed a very beautiful one. But anyone could have reduced its beauty in a photo. You, however, did the opposite. Fantastic d.o.f., great details and bright, distinct colors emphasize it's role in the photo, as opposed to the role of the geniously composed and blurry background. TFS!