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Flowers Photograph - Echinacea Pallida by Joe Bledsoe

Echinacea Pallida is a photograph by Joe Bledsoe which was uploaded on June 11th, 2014.

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Nice balance and presentation Joe! I especially like how you handled the background, works very nicely here! L&F

Joe Bledsoe replied:

thank you Doug

Outstanding capture of this lovely flower. F/L

Joe Bledsoe replied:

thank you very much Maria

One of my favorite flowers...great image..voted/fav

Joe Bledsoe replied:

thank you Lori

thank you Kay

Beautiful...

thank you Amy

Great capture, Joe! Love how you used the fading depth of field. F/L

thank you Jim and Patricia

Gorgeous capture and presentation. l/f/g/t

Wonderful capture and composition! fv

Thank you Laurie and Zulfiya

Beautiful capture! L

This is very beautiful, Joe!! :)))fv

thank you Debbie

Beautiful capture! Great comp. colors and dof. And I love your processing! f/love!! :D

thank you Angela

Such a beautiful capture and color contrasts! LF

thank you Helen

Beautiful picture of Echinacea! L & F!

Thank you Amy

Beautiful composition! The depth and colors are excellent. L/F

thank you Steven and Stefania

Beautiful composition Joe, lovely everything :-) Lf

Thank you Chrisann and Sorin

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