Diversity in Leaves
|Copyright: Stephen Loiterton (Conspicor)
|Date Taken: 2005-05-05|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-11-02 19:11|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|These plants I saw in a greenhouse while visiting Bathurst some months ago. The mere shape of them was interesting enough, and I was especially taken by the green trim of some of them. I spent a few minutes trying to get some photos, showing the diversity of patterns while not getting any of the greenhouse equipment into the frame or other visitors, and this was the best of the lot. It is unfortunate that the bugs had enjoyed them as well.|
PP consists only of resizing for TL and minor brightness/contrast adjustment.
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Cool shot !!
- [2005-11-03 20:12]
Nice colors captured. Very sharp..good work, Stephen.
- [2005-11-22 5:09]
These are coleus plants, also called painted nettles. Thye have such a large variety of colours and shapes and can be quite attractive.
God shot of them Stephen, you've captured quite a few different ones. Well done.
- [2006-09-24 3:32]
Very good picture,only one tip: Use more sharpening and contrast!
Thanks for sharing and good luck,
Bujin (Jan van den Bos, Holland)