Posted: October 2, 2012 in Deserted, Details, Photography, Shadows, Structures
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Ahhh…the elusive Canvas Flower, blooming in the exact center of the garden at the Paine Art Center.

 I spent a lot of time playing with the angles and perspectives on this one.

Because, with an entire garden spread out around you, it’s really important to get inside that empty luncheon tent and see just how tightly you can crowd the center pole in order to shoot straight up.

Okay… more traditional gardenesque shots in my next post.

  1. Patricia says:

    Thank you, David–it’s a rare bloom.

  2. Marjorie says:

    Oh Patricia! Your eye for minimalism is keen and sensitive at once.

  3. You are opening my eyes to the beauty of just about everything!!!! Thanks. Betsy

    • Patricia says:

      Thank you, Betsy. The more pictures I take, the more I look at the world in terms of pictures and the more I look at the world that way, the more pictures I take. Thank goodness for digital cameras!

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