Wordless Wednesday: Magnolia

Magnolia in Spring sunshine

Magnolia in Spring sunshine

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18 comments

  1. Very nice Sue. Differential focus worked well.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. You have caught the sunlight beautifully. Isn’t it magic how flowers ‘light-up’ when back-lit like this?

  3. poppytump

    When the Magnolia blooms it is surely Spring ! Love to see their burgeoning buds finally open up …
    Nice capture Sue 🙂

  4. I like the light in this image a lot.

  5. so exotic- beautiful light and subject Sue!

  6. Oh, I do love a magnolia, Sue! This is almost mystical in it’s loveliness. Wonderful portrayal. 🙂

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