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A different type of Echinacea Plant Flower.
Lens: Canon EF-S 55~250mm, IS, STM Lens Camera: Canon EOS 80 D Photo Location: Sherwood Forest ISO: 320 Shutter Speed: 1/160s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: Tonytee, 4 Days Ago

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Good close up details and rich colors. I like the green foliage below the flower. Nice shot, Tony.
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Good close up details and rich colors. I like the green foliage below the flower. Nice shot, Tony.
Thank you. Very much appreciated.

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A great treatment of the characteristics of that flower!
Presents the flower in a completely different way than we usually see them.
I certainly am intrigued by the sharp focus on the anthers/stamens and on the tiny leaflet tendrils in the center, and also the sharp detail on the sepals behind the petals, but the petals are softer.
I can do something like that only by selectively focus stacking.
Anyway, a very intriguing shot!
Angky.

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QuoteOriginally posted by angkymac Quote
A great treatment of the characteristics of that flower!
Presents the flower in a completely different way than we usually see them.
I certainly am intrigued by the sharp focus on the anthers/stamens and on the tiny leaflet tendrils in the center, and also the sharp detail on the sepals behind the petals, but the petals are softer.
I can do something like that only by selectively focus stacking.
Anyway, a very intriguing shot!
Angky.

Many thanks to you there, Angky.

Tony
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