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Morning Protea is a photograph by Siene Browne which was uploaded on July 9th, 2020.
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The most delicate Protea I've ever seen ... it is aptly called the 'Blushing Bride'.... more
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Photograph - Canon Eos 60d - Canon Ef 100mm Macro L Is Usm Lens
The most delicate Protea I've ever seen ... it is aptly called the 'Blushing Bride'.
From a heavy dew in the morning, a jewel-like water droplet had gathered on its lower petal ... to cap it off, a busy ant dropped by for the photo session.
Protea 'Blushing Bride' - Serruria florida is native to South Africa, but this one is happily growing in a park in Sydney, Australia.
July 9th, 2020
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Murray Rudd 22 Hours Ago
Congratulations on being featured in the FAA Group 'Promote Your Work Here and Get Noticed.' To ensure your feature remains available over time, post your featured image(s) in the Group's featured image archive (l/f and pinned, www.pinterest.ca/tendrelimages/01-promote-your-work-here-get-noticed/)
Siene Browne replied:
This is wonderful Murray - thank you!
Joy Watson 4 Days Ago
Great work Siene
Thank you Joy :-)
Bunny Clarke 8 Days Ago
How exquisite and gorgeous. I've never seen this type of Protea before. Very nice.
Hey thank you Bunny! I'd not seen this Protea before either, which is surprising as apparently it's used in floristry. LOL guess that just shows I don't get bunches of flower ;-)
Aurelio Zucco 9 Days Ago
What a beautiful shot, Siene! L/F
Thank you so much Aurelio :-)
Sarah Batalka 13 Days Ago
Such a beautiful image! That one water droplet! And the ant! Perfection. L/F
Thank you Sarah! Really appreciated :-)
Joy Buckels 25 Days Ago
This is beautiful work!
Thank you so much Joy - really appreciated :-)
Shelly Gunderson 25 Days Ago
Hello, your beautiful work has been featured on the Floral Photography & Art page! Feel free to post your feature in the New Features thread on the Discussions page.
Thank you so much Shelly!
Joe Vella 28 Days Ago
Stunning colour & beauty. L/F
Thank you so much Joe!
So very beautiful!
Thank you so much Nicklas :-)
Thank you so much Kathryn :-)
Maria Faria Rodrigues
Beautiful! Congratulations, on all your features!
Thank you so much Maria :-)
F/L. This is lovely! Your work is always a joy to view. Congratulations on your feature in All Glorious Gardens group.
Thank you so much :-)
Awesome vision of flowers Divine + L f Petals of such flowers after suitably drying process are used to create Organic Art i.e. Eco-Friendly Art .. combines with Environment Protection too. Art concept saves cutting of trees as painting surface is Not Paper but Canvas of waste bark of Arca/Canary Palm/Bamboo trees Layers of dried sturdy flowers/leaves etc used for the creation
The message from Eco-Art...." NURTURE... NATURE SO THAT NATURE WILL NURTURE ALL OF US IN THE PRESENT SCENARIO"....
Thanks Basant! Agree ... Nurture Nature as Nature Nurtures everything
Congratulations on your sale!
Thank you so much!
Congratulations on your recent wonderful sale.
Thank you :-)))
John M Bailey
Congratulations on your latest sale Siene! :)
Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!" Sharing on Facebook Group - Images That Excite You!
Thank you so much John - this is wonderful!
Gary F Richards
Outstanding capture and artwork! Fl …voted in the Load Up To 10…contest
Gary thank you so much for your comment and your vote - really appreciated!
Simply beautiful, congrats on your well deserved features! l/f
Thank you so much Sandra :-)
Wow - thank you Jackie :-)
This is so~ beautiful! Gorgoeus work, Siene! L/F
Really appreciate your lovely comment - thank you so much!
Thank you Barbie - really appreciated :-)
Siene this photograph is absolutely Gorgeous! The beautiful White tinged with Pink Protea with fitting name, & yes the raindrop and ant really add to this lovely image. A definite L/F
Thank you so much Rita :-)
When I discovered the protea's name, like you, I thought it suited it perfectly.
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