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Who can resist taking pictures of flowers in the springtime? These daffodils were looking nice as they were situated by the split rail fence at the Wetherill estate in Dayton, NJ.

I oriented the camera so as to make the top of the fence parallel to the top of the frame.  Later, I rotated the image slightly to make the top edge of the lawn parallel to the frame instead.  Then the top of the fence was then cropped.  This created a less disturbing effect.

The lower left of image was burned down considerably to avoid competition with the subject.

Aperture: f16
Shutter: 1/80
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 62mm

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