I recently showed my favorite flower images in a post, so this is a good follow-up. I used a Samsung NX210 compact interchangeable-lens digital camera to create these.
|Vibrant Daffodil - Tehachapi, California|
The only reason this image works is because of color contrast (yellow and blue).
|Cherry Blossom #1 - Tehachapi, California|
|Cherry Blossom #2 - Tehachapi, California|
I like the "painterly" quality of this image.
|Bluebonnet - Keene, California|
The grey background is the shadow side of a metal light post.
|Bluebonnet in Field of Green - Keene, California|
|Golden Bloom - Keene, California|
|Crown of Flowers - Keene, California|
|Hummingbird Bloom - Bealville, California|
This is a massive crop--about 92% of the original image was removed. If you have enough resolution, you can "zoom" by cropping. This is another example of color contrast.
|Three Poppies - Caliente, California|
The power of three.
|Bluebonnet Hill - Caliente, California|
|Flower Crown Sunset - Keene, California|
|Gathering Cherry Pollen #1 - Stallion Springs, California|
|Gathering Cherry Pollen #2 - Stallion Springs, California|