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Innocence of Admiration

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“There is an innocence in admiration; it is found in those to whom it has never yet occurred that they, too, might be admired some day.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

Innocence of Admiration Innocence of Admiration in Black and White

ss 1/640 f 5.6  ISO 400 60mm macro

white backdrop, natural light – full sun, manual settings, manual focus

You guessed it!  The Gerber Daisy represents innocence in the Victorian language of flowers.  To see this flower in color, visit my blog at Robyn Graham Photography. I would love to hear which you prefer – color or black and white.  Do you find the Gerber Daisy worthy of admiration in the absence of color?

Have a fabulous weekend!

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