Day 89 365 Photos Theme #19 Backlighting

30 03 2009

The sun came out today after 2.5 inches of rain yesterday.I was trying to get a picture for the BACKLIGHTING them and when I was down on the grown I saw the sun coming through this daffodil. I Like the detail in the center of the flower.

I cropped this picture and I bumped up the exposure just a tad.

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13 responses

1 04 2009
Madelaine

This is exquisite! Wonderful shot!

1 04 2009
lijola

Love the detail and the color. Nice!!

1 04 2009
lijola

Love the detail and the color. Nice!!

31 03 2009
KarenB

Absolutely perfect color and composition! That new camera is great, but the artist in you is even better.

31 03 2009
needlepointernc

Thanks everyone! I guess it was worth getting down on the ground to get this shot. Getting up isn’t so easy. My butt is killing me today too :-). I will try printing it.

30 03 2009
Iona

This is breathtaking!! You did a brilliant job! I have to echo Lorri’s statements. Yes, by all means, enlarge this and hang it on the wall!!

30 03 2009
Lorri

This is the definition of “backlighting” I would print it–LARGE and hang it on my wall!

30 03 2009
Bobbie

You’ve captured the soul of this daffodil.

30 03 2009
Julie McLeod

This is such a fine example of backlighting. Very creative and a simply studendous outcome.

30 03 2009
barbs

Wonderful backlit image. I love it!

30 03 2009
tmcchesney

Spectacular!! Simply gorgeous!

30 03 2009
Danudin

Supremely beautiful effect.

30 03 2009
jmckiss

Gorgeous contrast with the brightly colored center and the backlighting!

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