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Foxgloves
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Foxgloves © Dan Hopkins 2015 I find foxgloves difficult to shoot too upright and thin to fill the frame. On mass they can be confusing to the eye. I tried with this shot to create depth by shooting wide open for narrow depth of field. I like the resulting bokeh and feeling of three D. The hover fly is getting in on the...

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Bluebells
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Bluebells © Dan Hopkins 2015 Bluebells the most prized flower amongst photographers and walkers alike, that blankets the woodlands of Great Britain. Photographers are often secretive about locations as the season can last for as little as two weeks and spectacular displays of British bluebells are rare. This area is in Wiltshire on the wrong side of a seven foot electric...

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