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Plant Photograph - On Guard by Melanie Moraga

On Guard is a photograph by Melanie Moraga which was uploaded on July 14th, 2011.

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Thank You, Ramona!! :))

What a stunning image - voted!

Thank you, Juergen! This particular shot was taken right here in my backyard after a typical summer storm...I couldn't have asked for a better day! I appreciate your comments so very much!

Superb macro with great use of dof and color ... beautiful Melanie!

Thank You Catherine!

Nicely done.

Thank You Carolyn, I am so glad that you like "On Guard". I shot this after a rain storm and the colors just came alive!

Wonderful shot. I love the way the burgandy color stands out as a border around each bayonet. The green is very soothing. It's just a beautiful image.

Thank You Kerri! I am very appreciaitive of your comments and the group feature...thanks so much!!!

Beautiful work Melanie, I've featured this image in the new Botanical Beauty group. Thanks for joining.

Thank You, Lisa! I really appreciate your comments...Your photography folio is simply gorgeous!!

Love this piece. The greens are so beautiful and I love the reach of the leaves.

Thank you so much, Byron! :))

Lovely, Melanie, ouch! :-)

simple....effective....good eye!

Melanie Moraga replied:

Thank you for the generous complement, Larry! :))

Superb pov shot, Melanie. Great image

Melanie Moraga replied:

Thank you so very much, Steve!! :)))

The center one is in perfect focus and the others are softer. Yes this works and it works so good. Consistant good photography like this is why I said you are no longer aspiring but instead you are achieving! Well done!!

Melanie Moraga replied:

Thank you Chris! I appreciate your kind complements very much! :))

No kidding Melanie, these Japanese Bayonets can be lethal. Nice capture with the water droplets.

Melanie Moraga replied:

Thank you Sharon!! Yes, I have been poked in the eye a few times while watering or pruning these guys!! :))

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