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Its Nature Month
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Ah ha it's nature month. Moving on from animals it's now onto flowers. Obviously I have no idea what these are because I am no gardener so I can't tell you what IU can tell you is that they are in Whitly Court's garden as this weekend has been a short tour of English Heritage places, the first of which was Kenilworth Castle but Witley Court was the more interesting with its fountain and the unfortunate fire that ultimately lead to it's ruin. The gardens at Witley are impressive and very colourful as you can see from the picture. There is even a link to where we stayed at Ansty Hall which is detailed on the English Heritage site so a full house... and yes it's a hotel now, we haven't gone up in the world unlike one of the visitors at Witley Court who seemed to suggest that he had been there, however I doubt that we would have been around pre 1937 when the fire gutted one of the halls so I can only assume he was attached to the scrap merchants who stripped the place.

Anyway back to the pic, not a great deal to say other than I cracked the zoom lens out and put it into macro mode whilst I lay on the floor but I like the picture less about the flower in focus and more about the rest of the colours in the backdrop.



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Comment Left By: Steve G
Date 14:43 9 May 2011

Nice capture. Lovely depth of field with the foreground bulb sharp and the others slowly going out of focus.
Comment Left By: Zamyatin
Date 16:01 9 May 2011

Thanks Steve G, I think the colours work better than another one I have where it's just a sea of pink (taken the day before), however it was only after I had taken it did I see that the front of the bulb is not as clear as the back meaning the depth of field was pretty neat.
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