Just another (Gr)Egghead trying to get it in focus
So kind of you, thank you, Nikita. I appreciate your visit.
It really looks like metallic craft.
Very effective effect !
Thank you, Yoshi-sensei. I’m so pleased you like it. The sunlight was hitting this dead flower in just the right way.
Oh how gorgeous…..like a bit of antique jewelry.
Thank you, Pam. I love it when I come across such “jewels” on my walks. The sunlight reflecting off this flower really caught my eye.
This really looks like a goldsmith work! How delicate!
Yes, it does look like metal, doesn’t it. The sunlight was highlighting this flower in such a fascinating way.
Such a lovely sepia tone you’ve developed here–it looks like burnished bronze.
Thank you, Gary. I figured out a combination of filters in Lightroom that worked just right with the sunlight hitting this flower. I’m glad you like it.
Petals into gold….you’re an alchemist I think
Such a nice comment, Seonaid. Thank you.
The center looks like flower leftovers, but the striped petals look man made. And then it all looks golden.
Hi, Allen. Shoot, I was hoping you might know what this flower was. It IS a real flower (well, except that it’s dead now.)
I wish I could, but I don’t recognize it.
It’s made of metallic ribbon. I think. Interesting image. I like.
I can see why metallic ribbon comes to mind, but it is actually a real dead flower. I’m so glad you like it.
Real? Really! I would never have guessed. What an image, Lemony! You get the Granny Pulitzer for this one.
Hooray! Thank you, George. The sunlight was just perfect, and that’s what made the shot (well, and the combination of filters I used in Lightroom.)
I was hoping that Allen (New Hampshire Gardner) might recognize it, but he, too, thought it was metal.)
Woops, I meant filters in Lightroom AND Color Efex…
Lovely. It’s also looking at me….those eyes
Yes, the eyes are interesting to me, too. Thanks, Sarah.
Stunning!!!! I can’t seem to post on the actual pic as apparently I need something called Grava…?
Thanks, Peeks. Your comment came through just fine. I’m glad you like this image.
Beautiful, romantic, nostalgic shot – love the beseeching “eyes”. Sad, yet resigned and full of pomp. If you’re going to go, go gold.
Ha ha–yes, go gold. I love your description of this image. Thanks, Richard.
Gorgeous! Love the sepis tones
Thank you, Inga. I’m grateful for your feedback.
and of course it should have said sepia tones. But I guess you understood that.
Excellent composition. Congrats on winning the Granny Pulitzer.
That’s amazing, Melanie! Like a piece of exquisite jewelry.
Thank you, Karen! I’m so glad you like it.
Oh, this is lovely. Such wonderful light.
Very nice, more striking “antiquing” than a simple sepia.
Thank you, Scott. Yes, there is a little bit of “extra” here.
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