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An orange rose with water drops; I took this at a Lowe's flower shop. The bubble in the center is a droplet that looks to be floating; I didn't use a dropper as this was after a storm.

Rose of Orange at my website, Brilliant Photography by Richard X. Thripp.

Canon PowerShot A620, 1/15, F2.8, 7.3mm, ISO50, 2007-01-18T16:29:42-05, 2007-01-18_21h29m42

Source image. The flower is a red hybrid-tea rose; I made the color shift by changing the white-balance setting in-camera.

Keywords: rose orange yellow colorful water drop droplet drops rain shower sprinkle droplets beauty bright vivid roses petals folds flower flowers garden hybrid tea rose photography richardxthripp nature plants macro
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so this was my first time really trying to take pictures of food.
i know it's not the best but i like the color.
hope you like.

photographer: me

comments and favourites are really appreciated! :heart:
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Color changes, and bluring!

It was... very lime yellow... and so i wanted something more orange, and with more color and contrast!

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(C)DashaDenger.2007.
[full view is a must :heart:]


Tools:
Edits: PaintShop Pro X


P.S. hey.. its vertical! :D haha
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I liked the combination of the background color/structures
and the bright orange flower

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Windklang:
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I had a wave of creativity at one point many months ago (could be going on a year by now) and made different collages of images that were flowers or plants of all the same color. Not sure if I'm really fond of them anymore but I spent hours making these and I'm going to post them anyway!

Here's the orange collage.

And I know, these titles are SO original! Give me a break, it's late, I'm tired and I'm horrible with titles as it is!
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Wallpaper of my Fiery Orange Sunset (2006-05-22) photo. Why do you need real sunsets when you have this? =p

Take a look at my Fiery Pink Sunset Wallpaper before using this; you might like it better. :D

In the ZIP file are copies of the image at the following sizes: 1024x768, 1280x1024 (cropped), and 2048x1536. But if your display resolution is 1600x1200 or smaller you can merely full-view the image and set it as your desktop background (selecting "Stretch," "Fit to Screen," etc., if applicable). Additionally, the ZIP file contains thumbnails of 30 photos from this photo-shoot.

To see a list of items in the Fiery Orange Sunset series, click here.

Keywords: fiery orange sunset firey burn burning hot fire sun setting evening yellow lake water reflection reflected clouds grass weeds yellow sunlight trees black silhoutte colorful pretty beauty richardxthripp photography sky nature wallpaper landscapes scenery

2006-08-25 Update: Orange Sunsets series renamed Fiery Orange Sunset.
2006-06-02 Update: Link to Fiery Pink Sunset Wallpaper added.
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I really like this picture because of the colors but somehow it's flat and there's nothing that catches the eye.I was sat here thinking what to do with but then I just thought I'll submit it.


I might try to add some coloring to it, maybe then it'll look better.

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Color changes, and bluring!

It was... very lime yellow... and so i wanted something more orange, and with more color and contrast!

---
(C)DashaDenger.2007.
[full view is a must :heart:]


Tools:
Edits: PaintShop Pro X


P.S. that little star on the waterdrop!! its real! :D
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Another birthday gift (for a different friend). Her favorite color is orange and she's been asking me to do "wallpaper" designs.

This was a difficult piece even though it was relatively quick--I think it took about four days. The paper, bristol board, somehow was distorted from its usual smooth wonderfulness and was buckling insanely when I put down the first couple washes. So I had to abandon the idea of doing the whole thing with watercolor paint and used colored pencils instead. It worked out pretty well in spite of the wrinkles that the earlier washes had created.

I'm putting this in the paintings category even though it's more of a drawing on a wash.

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It's uploaded at a big size so that you can print it out as a bookmark or something if you like. (Also, Karen, you can use this big size for your computer wallpaper--if it fits.)
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