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Jan 18, 2008 05:54 |  #1

My daughter having a smell of a hibiscus flower but she got a little too close ;)


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Jan 18, 2008 08:32 |  #2

Just a tad close. ;)
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Jan 18, 2008 09:08 |  #3

Is this posed, or did you just capture a moment? Very nice, I would have swapped focus from the flower to the face if I had time. But if this was a candid capture, you take what you can get, great capture!


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Jan 18, 2008 09:30 |  #4

Very cute picture and I love the colors... So did she go to the next flower and pollinate it?? LOL...


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Jan 18, 2008 09:41 |  #5

Great picture! a perfect composition IMO.


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Jan 18, 2008 09:50 as a reply to  @ josterni's post |  #6

Really great shot.


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Jan 18, 2008 15:33 |  #7

FuryMe wrote in post #4729269 (external link)
Is this posed, or did you just capture a moment? Very nice, I would have swapped focus from the flower to the face if I had time. But if this was a candid capture, you take what you can get, great capture!

I was going for a flower shot when the little one decided to have a look at what I was taking 'photo' of. So it was a candid:)


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Jan 19, 2008 09:04 |  #8

Adorable shot, such wonderful colors too. Well done.




  
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