Dancing With The Morning Stars

Lingfai Leung

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Lawrence, ka - United States

lovely

Orange Park, FL - United States

Wonderful detail! Beautiful! voted already, back to fave

SJ, NL - Canada

Such beautiful capture! Love the softness and the simplicity! L

Rainier, OR - United States

Lovely

Clarence, NY - United States

Just beautiful f/v

Waianae, HI - United States

Nicely done Lingfai. Like

Fort Worth, TX - United States

very pretty, nicely done! v

Salisbury, MA - United States

Well done

Winfield, IL - United States

Very pretty! v

Valparaiso, FL - United States

Lovely capture v

Alpharetta, GA - United States

A gorgeous flower captured so beautifully! I love the contrast of colors and the muted background. V/F/PIF.

Toronto, ON - Canada

Another thanks to Robert Harmon for featuring "Dancing with The Morning Stars" in the home page of Nature Photography 1 Per Day Group.

Orange Park, FL - United States

Beautiful flower image! v/L

Waianae, HI - United States

I really like the placement in the frame. It almost appears to be a fan. The detail and color are, of course, a large part of what makes this a great image.

Toronto, ON - Canada

Thanks Joan for your vote and comment.

Fort Worth, TX - United States

nice work! V

Kaukauna, WI - United States

Lovely floral capture! Like the contrast! That is an interesting center area of the flower! V7F

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Wayne for your comment, vote and favorite. This flower is "Love at First Sight" to me.

Sayre, PA - United States

Beautiful! V

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks for your lovely comment and vote, Melly. Much appreciated.

Iola, WI - United States

I know for sure, it is in the daisy family, but the scientific name eludes me at this time! It is very lovely and I really like your grandiose presentation of this pleasurable viewing experience, Lingfai! fave and vote

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Randy for taking the time to comment, vote and favorite this flower. Actually, this is my first time to see this type of daisy. Will and Anne Gilbert told me it is called African Daisy and technically is called Osteospermum. i am so thrilled this daisy almost reached 90 visits on the first day posted with Twitter and Google +. It makes me feel like winning a contest and I did not need to do any vote solicitation.

Chicago, IL - United States

nice! v

Morpeth, No - United Kingdom

Bold, simple, lovely image Lingfai .... you get my V too!

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Malcolm for your lovely vote and comment. Much appreciated.

Toronto, ON - Canada

Thanks from Jose Lopez, Admin of Stop Time with art Group to feature my photos.

Dallas, TX - United States

Lovely image. V

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Elena for your great comment and vote.

Batavia, NY - United States

Love the color contrast!

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Raymond for the comment. I was lucky to shoot in sunset and aiming at a dark background (grass field)!

Middletown, CT - United States

Beautifully captured macro. v/f

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks RC for your great vote, favorite and comment. Much appreciated!

Stroud, Gl - United Kingdom

Great shot. I'd say it's a variety of Osteospermum too. :o) v

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks for the comment, Anne. I really like that name and wonder can it be used as a herbal medication to fight against osteoporosis?

Fort Myers, FL - United States

Lovely. v

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Kim for your lovely comment and vote. I also like your works a lot!

USA, US - United States

Nice macro Lingfai! v/p

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks Kami for your lovely vvote and comment. I am thrilled my 4 photos are Super Mega Feature today!

Lake Country, BC - Canada

An eye-catching floral image, Lingfai~~very nicely photographed!! I believe it's called an African Daisy, Osteospermum. F&V!!!

Lingfai Leung replied:

Thanks for another great comment, Will. Thanks for the information. I never know this one called African Daisy. Thanks for your favorite and vote. Much appreciated!

Toronto, ON - Canada

Thanks Steve for another wonderful comment.

Irvine, CA - United States

so much detail, lovely

Toronto, ON - Canada

Thanks for featuring this photo after it exposed today. I feel like "Dancing With The stars!

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