“Favorite Backyard Floral Images for 2007”


This is my favorite 5 floral shots from my backyard or my neighbors yard in some instances..

The first one is a geranium that was shot at a very shallow depth of field to get this effect…

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The next one is a dahlia that I shot as an abstract and converted to B&W to give it an artistic feel…

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The third one is a abstract shot of just the leaf of a Asiatic Lily….

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The fourth one is a Purple Coneflower, one of my favorite flowers to photograph…

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And finally my favorite flower shot from last year was this Iris Macro shot, I loved the detail in the tongue and the color was so vibrant.

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Well these are my five favorites from last year hope you have enjoyed taking a look.

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22 thoughts on ““Favorite Backyard Floral Images for 2007”

  1. HeyJules

    I love them all but that Asiatic lily just blew me away when you first did it. I’m still stuck on that one…

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  2. Tom

    Hi Bernie,

    Very cool blog, your flower pictures are very soothing and serene. I really like how they are cropped quite close. This really accentuates their form and curves…very nice.

    I found you through Mon@rch’s nature blog. I’ve added you to my reader and am looking forward to your future posts.

    Tom

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  3. paintingartist

    Bernie I’m watching my yard!:) Beware of Dog!!!:)

    Great shots Bernie. Reflecting back on the previous year is nice when you have worked as hard as you have. Great job and thanks for the great images.

    I absolutely love the geranium. The softness and color are very beautiful.

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  4. calevphoto

    It’s funny that I’m normally not into abstract shots but the Asiatic Lily really caught my attention. I think you caught the curve in this one perfectly.

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  5. gohraymond

    very nice photo taking for the 5 floral shots,i like it very much,can you share with me a sets of favorite backyard floral images for 2007,which digital camera ,micro lens and how is your setting,thank you ,see you again.

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