Six Red Tulips
It was yet another wet weekend in Auckland. This is not inimical to the type of photography I like to do. Which usually involves being outside but not being rained upon. Sunday morning however, was an early start. The youngest was attending a commemoration parade at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. It was the anniversary of the Battle of Britain victory in World War Two.
With one child safely deposited into the safe hands of the NZ Air Force, I had some time free to practice some flower photography. All shots taken here with my a900 and a Minolta 100/2.8 macro lens. This series is all of red tulips.
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