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My World: Passion Flower

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
The Passion Flowers are in bloom in my garden... Lovely....

Hi Christine,

That is an interesting flower!

Did you try to locally pull back the exposure of the antlers? If you can that would be great! Was this from jpg or RAW? If that latter, there should be ample recovery possible.

Or if it doesn't bother you, then it doesn't bother me either!

Asher
 

Christine Rose

New member
Hi Christine,

That is an interesting flower!

Did you try to locally pull back the exposure of the antlers? If you can that would be great! Was this from jpg or RAW? If that latter, there should be ample recovery possible.

Or if it doesn't bother you, then it doesn't bother me either!

Asher
Jpg.. never noticed until your expert eye caught it... always learning...
 

Peter Dexter

Well-known member
A beautiful and nicely photographed Passiflora. I was excited to come across an uncommon species, Passiflora emarginata in the woods near my house. I believe it is an endemic.
 
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