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Camera: Nikon D40
Lens: Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II
Location: Tonto Verde, AZ
Date: May 2, 2009
Date Uploaded: May 2, 2009

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05/03/2009 12:50:56 PM
So exotic! Love those colors!
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05/03/2009 09:08:25 AM
That is stunning- thanx for the info. on it- the fill the frame comp. is perfect for this - well done !!!
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05/03/2009 04:58:27 AM
Interesting image and it looks to me as if it would be hard to shoot. Its distributed architecture means it lacks a specific focal point, so I can understand this fill-the-frame approach to composition. I think you have cropped it a little to tightly on the right but the colours of your great subject carry your image.
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05/02/2009 09:32:43 PM
the colors are outstanding!
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05/02/2009 07:46:27 PM
That is so cool looking! I am loving the color. Nicely shot!!
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05/02/2009 06:41:57 PM
Originally posted by moriadelacroix:

Wow, I like this shot! What type of flower is that?


The Bottle Brush Plant

Bottlebrush (Callistemon) is a genus with 34 species of shrubs in the family Myrtaceae. The majority of Callistemon species are endemic to Australia; four species are also found in New Caledonia. They are commonly referred to as bottlebrushes because of their cylindrical, brush like flowers resembling a traditional bottle brush. They are found in the more temperate regions of Australia, mostly along the east coast and south-west, and typically favour moist conditions so when planted in gardens thrive on regular watering. However, at least some of the species are drought-resistant.

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05/02/2009 05:23:43 PM
Wow, I like this shot! What type of flower is that?
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