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Grape Hyacinths

Grape Hyacinths
Photo Information
Copyright: Kim Cameron (kimcama) (30)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-03-31
Categories: Flowers
Camera: Canon Powershot A75
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2006-04-04 7:43
Viewed: 3870
Points: 2
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Reaching for the sun. These little characters are not wild, but grow like wildfire in Missouri. Reaching a height of only 4-6 inches tall and decorate your lawn with little bursts of bright dark bluish purple. They are really awesome when they come up through a layer of snow!

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To timisyra: Grape Hyacinthskimcama 1 05-02 21:01
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The colors of the flowers are nice, but there is too much going on in the background that I find very distracting. I also think that the light is scattered around too much. For example, the hyacinth in the middle is too bright, but the one on the right is too dark. This workshop would make for a great workshop. If I have a chance, I'll set one up for you. Best of luck!

jolies couleurs et belle netteté.
Petite erreur de cadrage je pense mais belle photo

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