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(March 18—23, 2009)

Andrey Ilyin

The Diversity of Kid's Toys

Michael Hundrieser

Diversity - an "Inges Flower Cavern"

Brunsbuettel, Germany

March 22, 2009, 19:00 UTC

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Since we have only grey and rainy days during the shooting time, I really thought of not contributing. When I met a friend, who is a florist, and I talked to her - it suddenly came into my mind that she could have real good stuff for "diversity" in her shop.

So we both arranged something like a "Flower Cavern," with flowers from around the store. Some new, some old, some decoration green, some blossoms only and some only leaves left. Of course the Zenith was later inserted.

So it´s a diversity of flowers - even meant in the state of this shop.

The result is not bad I guess - diversity in colors, flowers and state. During this grey days it was really fun making this image.

Unfortunately there was really ugly light - only neon tubes a few cm above the assembly. So it was easier to make the WB, but I had to mantle the neons with cloth, so they wouldn´t generate such a hard lightfall.

It's supposed to be a "Spring message" to all that suffer from grey and rainy days during the past.

I like the lack of orientation - it´s by purpose. :)
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Canon 40D, Sigma 8mm, Manfrotto Tabletop, Nodal Ninja RD-12, TRING NPA, Radio Control

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