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Yellow Spider

March 22, 2011  •  Leave a Comment

 

 

Yellow Spider

Yellow Spider

NIKON D200, f/3.2 @ 60 mm, 1/60, ISO 400, No Flash.

 

I have been to the Philly Flower and Garden Show so many times, that I stop looking at a flower as just a flower. I start looking for the personality within each flower.  I look for the story the flower is trying to portray. I find at that some times, only a part of it is needed to illustrate it's particular individual characteristics.

In the case of this Spider Flower, shooting from a different angle for a change, and a limited supply of lighting made a thorough and dramatic change in the form and character of this flower.

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