The repenthes, a carnivorous plant coming from South Asia that can grow here too, has an harmonious shape resembling a skin bottle. I focused on their shapes.
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D850, Nikkor 200mm macro - 1/125, f/4,2, ISO 100
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Gigi: Not your usual fare but what a fascinating plant and a fine capture. The textures in the main subject are marvelous. Intriguing subject and comp. Most excellent. >=))>
A superb composition and brilliant lighting as I have come to expect from your images, Gigi. The color is unusual and very effective-they look like they’re the work of a metalsmith. I love it.
Wonderful! Great composition with excellent brights and contrasts. Love the organic shapes and tones. Is this natural colors or converted to single tone or sepia? Great shot.
A beautifully balanced composition, Gigi, and a fascinating subject. The variations in tone are a delight.
A natural color Ej. Thanks for your interest.