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A delicate spring daffodil or Narcissus against a rustic background. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding - www.edwardfielidng.com
About the image: Here the delicate and innocent flower is represented in white while the background of rough, old wood is allowed to go dark. The background is a find from a local barn restoration company. They tell me that it is a raccoon stretcher used to skin raccoon. Just one of the many interesting things the barn company finds when salvaging old barns in New Hampshire and Vermont. The wood has wonderfully deep cracks and is shaped kind of like a small ironing board. You can see nail marks in it from where the held down the animal. Nice huh? And you thought it was all just about a pretty flower.
Please note: The Fine Art America watermark does not appear in the final print.
May 9th, 2014
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