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This ‘flower” is really a fine art still life. During a mission trip to Oaxaca Mexico, we stayed a few nights at La Betulia Bed and Breakfast. The food was fabulous (there was very little use of Cilantro, I hate Cilantro). I was sitting around and... 
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trying to capture all the bright colors that were flooding my eyes. I took pictures of food, of chairs, of fruit, of people and gardens,,,, but this one little cup of fresh flowers kept grabbing my attention. I was attracted to the complementary colors of the blue wall and the golden flowers. I slid over and moved the cup to side of the table. Still not happy, I moved the table away from a window. I moved the cup a little closer to the wall and turned its handle. I composed with the flowers in and down 1/3 into the frame (rule-of-thirds). Then I took this picture. Just WOW! Isn’t it pretty?
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CategoryFlowers
Upload DateJul 17, 2020
Dimensions5680px × 3582px
Size20.16 MB
File20170220-Oaxaca-0010-Edit-2_v2.jpg
CameraCanon EOS 80D
ISO Speed800
Exposure1/125 sec
Aperturef / 5.6
Focal Length29 mm
FlashDid not Fire
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Richard Isenhart

20170220-Oaxaca-0010-Edit-2.jpg

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This ‘flower” is really a fine art still life. During a mission trip to Oaxaca Mexico, we stayed a few nights at La Betulia Bed and Breakfast. The food was fabulous (there was very little use of Cilantro, I hate Cilantro). I was sitting around and... 
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trying to capture all the bright colors that were flooding my eyes. I took pictures of food, of chairs, of fruit, of people and gardens,,,, but this one little cup of fresh flowers kept grabbing my attention. I was attracted to the complementary colors of the blue wall and the golden flowers. I slid over and moved the cup to side of the table. Still not happy, I moved the table away from a window. I moved the cup a little closer to the wall and turned its handle. I composed with the flowers in and down 1/3 into the frame (rule-of-thirds). Then I took this picture. Just WOW! Isn’t it pretty?

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File20170220-Oaxaca-0010-Edit-2_v2.jpg
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ISO Speed800
Exposure1/125 sec
Aperturef / 5.6
Focal Length29 mm
FlashDid not Fire
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This ‘flower” is really a fine art still life. During a mission trip to Oaxaca Mexico, we stayed a few nights at La Betulia Bed and Breakfast. The food was fabulous (there was very little use of Cilantro, I hate Cilantro). I was sitting around and... 
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trying to capture all the bright colors that were flooding my eyes. I took pictures of food, of chairs, of fruit, of people and gardens,,,, but this one little cup of fresh flowers kept grabbing my attention. I was attracted to the complementary colors of the blue wall and the golden flowers. I slid over and moved the cup to side of the table. Still not happy, I moved the table away from a window. I moved the cup a little closer to the wall and turned its handle. I composed with the flowers in and down 1/3 into the frame (rule-of-thirds). Then I took this picture. Just WOW! Isn’t it pretty?
87Views
0Likes
0Favorites
CategoryFlowers
Upload DateJul 17, 2020
Dimensions5680px × 3582px
Size20.16 MB
File20170220-Oaxaca-0010-Edit-2_v2.jpg
CameraCanon EOS 80D
ISO Speed800
Exposure1/125 sec
Aperturef / 5.6
Focal Length29 mm
FlashDid not Fire
Tags---
Richard Isenhart

20170220-Oaxaca-0010-Edit-2.jpg

© Richard Isenhart Unfollow

This ‘flower” is really a fine art still life. During a mission trip to Oaxaca Mexico, we stayed a few nights at La Betulia Bed and Breakfast. The food was fabulous (there was very little use of Cilantro, I hate Cilantro). I was sitting around and... 
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trying to capture all the bright colors that were flooding my eyes. I took pictures of food, of chairs, of fruit, of people and gardens,,,, but this one little cup of fresh flowers kept grabbing my attention. I was attracted to the complementary colors of the blue wall and the golden flowers. I slid over and moved the cup to side of the table. Still not happy, I moved the table away from a window. I moved the cup a little closer to the wall and turned its handle. I composed with the flowers in and down 1/3 into the frame (rule-of-thirds). Then I took this picture. Just WOW! Isn’t it pretty?

CategoryFlowers
Upload DateJul 17, 2020
Dimensions5680px × 3582px
Size20.16 MB
File20170220-Oaxaca-0010-Edit-2_v2.jpg
CameraCanon EOS 80D
ISO Speed800
Exposure1/125 sec
Aperturef / 5.6
Focal Length29 mm
FlashDid not Fire
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LLike
CComment
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