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Greenwich Park — and the Flowers

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Next to the the pond, a patch of meadow (?) was created —– quite colorful

though, they were not a kind of seedling plants,  so  it may not for the

birds but purely for ornamental purpose, I think. 

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Again this is the gorgeous set up for the fuzzy images.

No decent subtleness here,  just an orgy of rampant color !

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Densely planted flower circle prevented me to see or take picture

in close proximity —– I have no idea what this flower was.  

Still, I like this flowers attitude “Standing out, firm”   🙂

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In fact, this is the outside of the park = a corner of  Blackheath.

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This  is a puzzling field.   If it was in Spain, it would be a Campo de Faria kind

though I never seen such things there.  The place was left as if  nobody want to

touch. —– someone said, it was a mass-grave for the Black Death time,  

hence the name Blackheath. —– Quite convincing.



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  1. bentehaarstad said, on July 21, 2014 at 21:42

    Very, very nice series again. These are good, Yoshizen.

    • yoshizen said, on July 21, 2014 at 22:05

      Thank you Bente. It seems Fuzzy photography has reached to its maturity. And only one more technique need to be explore.

  2. elenacaravela said, on July 23, 2014 at 15:29

    I love the “fuzzy” photos. So soft and alive with color, that they transport me.

    • yoshizen said, on July 23, 2014 at 17:01

      Thank you Elena that’s the same reason why attract me. 🙂

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