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Aggies
19-JAN-2013 Yvonne

Aggies

In the cinema car park, a delightful display of white agapanthus
photo taken through our windscreen as we were about to leave.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3
1/500s f/3.2 at 12.8mm iso80 full exif

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Barbara Heide25-Jan-2013 22:54
superb light!
Brenda24-Jan-2013 00:11
Beautifully done!
maggie_falconi23-Jan-2013 14:29
Beautiful agapanthus ! They look nice in B&W!
Micky Waby23-Jan-2013 03:46
Interesting processing , The agapanthus do well in city display beds.
Frank Brault23-Jan-2013 02:30
Lovely with gorgeous tones. V
Cindi Smith23-Jan-2013 01:02
Love that light!!!!!!! V
Kathy Thompson22-Jan-2013 23:55
Makes a wonderful B&W with the contrasting light.
Sheila22-Jan-2013 23:08
Very nice in B&W!
Karen Stuebing22-Jan-2013 22:19
What beautiful large flowers. This is stunning in monotone. V.
laine22-Jan-2013 21:24
They look fantastic in b/w...I would have enjoyed this challenge. Pity about the timing !!
larose forest photos22-Jan-2013 15:59
THey are huge, and ghostly against the black, and very beautiful. V
J. Scott Coile22-Jan-2013 15:35
Very nice PP touch.
joseantonio22-Jan-2013 13:17
Some beautiful light and lovely details.V
Stephanie22-Jan-2013 11:28
These are gorgeous flowers! I also really like the the textures in this image! V :)
Good job through the windshield!
fotabug22-Jan-2013 11:21
Very nice result
Mieke WA Minkjan22-Jan-2013 08:49
they make life colourful as the high temperatures keep the flowering of the roses to a minimal or nothing
borisalex22-Jan-2013 08:18
So beautiful light in the garden for much contrast, the LX3 is fabulous for B&W! v.
Janice Dunn22-Jan-2013 06:44
So attractive in BW. In NZ they are called noxious weeds. But new Agapantha plants are treated now so they won't spread
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