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    An Orange Clivia:

    C&C always most welcome.

    Thanks for looking.

    An Orange Clivia:

    As usual, shot in Jpg with minimal PP done, sharpen & resize.

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    Re: An Orange Clivia:

    Color is overwhelming...hurts my eyes.

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    Re: An Orange Clivia:

    Hi Andre. I like your image very much. Love the bright colors of the flowers and the dark, subdued color of the leaves in the background. I just wondered if you could have captured a bit more detail in the petals. The lack of detail may just be because you reduced the size for display here.

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    Re: An Orange Clivia:

    Brilliant; really liked this very much

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    Re: An Orange Clivia:

    Nice. I adore the background for the soft colours and detail, which draws my eye into the photo.

    I too, think more detail would be nice to see a little more detail in more of the petals. I spotted one of these flowers this morning and the colour was a beautiful bright orange, like this.

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    Re: An Orange Clivia:

    Thanks All,

    Your comments are really being to kind now.

    W/M, I am glad the colour hurts your eyes, at least you can’t miss it.

    Ken, the image loses resolution as it is resized and it seems that Tinypic is degrading IQ.

    Nandakumar and Christina, thank you very much. As these flowers get nearer to the end of its lifespan of about three weeks, they darken and render much more vibrant colour.

    Your comments are encouraging.

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