A Photo a Week: Muted colours

Soft roses

This week Nancy from nancy merrill photography has asked us for our muted photos.

This one was actually hard for me to find.  Our light in New Zealand is rather harsh and makes our colours seem stronger.  Generally my photos tend to be very vibrant, especially my roses.

So after a long hunt through my photos I found this one that was slightly over exposed when I took it.  Normally I would not light it but I like the softness in the colours of the petals and the very pale green background.

Soft roses (1 of 1)

For this one I edited it to focus on the soft pink petals.

https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/a-photo-a-week-challenge-muted-colors/

A Photo a Week Challenge: Muted

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