Ochre Bougainvillea March 16, 2014March 16, 2014 / Robert I prefer the uncropped picture because of corona of ochre leaves in the background and the transition from blurred to focussed A cropped version Share this:EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPocketPrintRedditTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
18 thoughts on “Ochre Bougainvillea”
Very nice shot!
Thank you for stopping by 🙂
Never seen this colour Bougainvillea before Robert. It’s quite magnificent.
I must admit it is my favourite
Hi Robert! This top picture, the one that caught my eye on Freshly Pressed, is a beautiful shot. I particularly like the way you’ve filled the frame with the blooms, and the right to upper left gradation from sharpness to blur, right on into that beautifully featureless pale green. The colour palette here is harmonious and beautiful. And thank you for visiting my blog, and for Liking some of my pictures! Adrian
Thank you for your comments Adrian, I find your photography inspiring.
Thanks, Robert, that’s very good to know – that means a lot to me – gives me a boost! Adrian
beautiful, robert )
Thank you for letting me know 🙂
I have NEVER seen ochre Bougainvillea, Robert … I think it’s utterly lovely !
We are lucky to have this violet and fuchsia colours in the park where we walk Stan 🙂
Well, they’re gorgeous. Stan?
There is a Stan tab on my blog 😉
I agree with your choice but I’m glad you included the close-up as the detail is fascinating and the colour a true delight.
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I have recently relaunched dragonshades.com as a website and blog. So far I’ve been unable to discover how to activate the “Like” option, so comments are even more appreciated than normal!
Beautiful snaps, Robert. Thanks for dropping by my blog.
Thank you for your comment, I enjoy looking at your photographs too.