The lone daisy

A solitary daisy grows in front of a small house in Fountainstown.

This was an interesting photo for me to take. I spotted the daisy while walking out the road but I didn’t stop to shoot it until returning. I’m glad I remembered it! I’m really happy with the way this came out.


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11 Comments

  1. Flickr: valentiatrim Reply

    valentiatrim has posted a comment:

    Love it!! Just something about the composition that grabs me.

    The lone daisy

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  2. Gareth Marlow Reply

    Works perfectly, doesn’t it?

    http://www.marlow.org.uk/pblog/

  3. micki Reply

    Great photo!!! Daisies were my favorite this summer, so nice to see one more daisy shot before the cold weather settles in for good.

    http://shutterbugunderexposed.blogspot.com/

  4. LyRiAnN Reply
  5. Joe Reply

    This is indeed a lovely shot. Just a question for you though, has this shot been digitally manipulated in any way? The color in the photo is wonderful.

  6. Flickr: jacob@ Reply
  7. deity Reply

    i came back to steal more pictures and what did i find? a daisy, shot so achingly beautiful. how did you get to be such a great photographer? any tips? am so trying hard to be one:) he he.

    http://chaosmeetsdeity.blogspirit.com

  8. Flickr: cataventosorridente Reply
  9. frankp Reply

    absolutely brilliant.

    http://bifsniff.com

  10. Flickr: sunnyshine12 Reply

    something about this inclined me to push he favorite button, daisies are my FAVORITE flower, so that might be one.. but this picture just grabed me! X)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/donncha/277121969/comment72157621685793597

  11. hugh Reply

    fantasic knew you are great photographer. wish could see you again. pet parade was great. best wishes.

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