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2nd July 2013, 11:44 PM
Another from my excursion to Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge:/ I believe this to be Black-eyed Susan, without seeing the basal leaves, it is difficult to tell. I find the contrast between the yellows and the muted colors of the background to be appealing in this shot. The chaotic background is probably not to every person's taste, but it is representative of a native prairie and it stays.
3rd July 2013, 09:02 AM
I like the background, but the branch spearing the tallest of the flowers is a little distracting. That branch could easily be cloned out, at least above the flower. Would only take a couple of minutes to find out if it's an improvement or not.