Variegated Gladiolas

Variegated Gladiolas

Variegated Gladiolas, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger.

There’s a lovely clump of variegated gladolias in the garden. Partly shaded by a climbing rose, water drops cling to them in the early morning. A single drop reflects the world of these flowers.

I used my 200mm f/4 macro lens, a 36mm extension tube, and a +4 close-up filter. I exposed at ISO 200 for 1/4 of a second at f/36.

This entry was posted in Flowers, Photography, Water Drops.

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