Didereaux wrote:reminds me of the Prairie Fire Crabapple. Nice shot.
LindaShorey wrote:Beautiful colors, Chuck. I adore backlighting as well; it's addictive I love that you filled the frame and that the perspective allows us to feel we're underneath this stunning canopy of blossoms.
Charles Haacker wrote:Didereaux wrote:reminds me of the Prairie Fire Crabapple. Nice shot.
I think you nailed it, Didereaux, and many thanks. I looked it up and I think it is a Prairie Fire. I have to 'fess up that I, um, somewhat enhanced the saturation so that strong purply pink is a little more than it really was. The poetic license thing. But the blossoms are 5-petals, red, with the little golden rays of the pistil, and Nebraska is pretty much the hub of the prairie, sooooo...
Charles Haacker wrote:Made this almost a month ago on the grounds of my new abode in Lincoln, NE. I have no clue what the tree is (crabapple maybe?) but these things don't last more than a few days. I wandered underneath with the back light (There Is No Light Like Back Light ) and saw the sunlight filtering through. It's cropped to a 16x9 so it makes pretty good wallpaper.
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