“Her blush was the color of a coral reef, but smooth.”
― Aimee Bender
I simply love the many muted colours of spring. Understated blues, yellows, purples, and oranges, all make their appearance in the garden. Yet pink, as pale as a blush’s beginning appeals to me most. There is a natural softness to this colour, especially on these blossoms which move from a bright and warm yellow, through white and then terminate in pink, like some magical paintbrush.
I’m mixing things up a bit with my floral images, testing different backgrounds. My preference is still the black background, which makes even the most demure blossoms pop out of the background. And yet, I have been encourage by my family to try lighter colours as well.
I will post this same image tomorrow with a light background and the exact same camera settings and lighting. I look forward to your feedback.
Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 (272ENII)@90mmm
3 sec, f/29.0, ISO 100
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Hi Resolution image on 500px: https://500px.com/photo/258419147/pink-blush-by-ed-lehming