Picture by Gabor Takacs from Hungary
I live in a small village called Hosszuheteny in the eastern part of the Mecsek Mountains. This small village has become famous as a habitat for the plant of Paeonia banatica. This plant lives only in the Carpathian Basin.
I wanted to introduce a lot of flowers instead of a single one. However, the trees in the forest and the undergrowth created a blend of flowers between the flowers. That's why I used multi-exposure: I made 8 frames with a small depth of field.
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As I look further, I notice that some of the most distant flowers actually regain their sharpness, which suddenly provides an incredible level of depth to the picture. That last sharp flower at the top right does a great job anchoring down that part of the image and it pulls my eye back and forth across the entire frame.
I love the overall color scheme as it works so well, given that green and magenta are opposites (complimentary) colors on the color wheel. You have just a few vertical trees to add slight variation to both the colors and lines of the image. You have certainly created a work of art here. Really nice job!