Pink Dahlia


What I love about dahlias is that they bloom all through the late summer and into fall. Dahlias come in many varieties, ranging from pom-pom dahlias to decorative dahlias.

The photograph, below, was photographed at Great Comp Gardens, in one of their dahlia borders and the pink was so vibrant and the dark red centre complimented the colours of the petals.

A photograph of a pink dahlia flower photographed at Great Comp Gardens

Camera: Canon EOS 70D
Lens: Canon EF-S60mm f/2.8 Macro USM
F/Number: f/8
ISO: 100
Focal Distance: 60mm

Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec
Photograph Date: 31.07.2022
Location: Great Comp Gardens in Kent
Photographer: Bren
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic


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13 responses to “Pink Dahlia”

  1. The colors are so beautiful, Bren. ☺️❤️🇬🇧

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      1. Ya welcome. ☺️

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  2. This is a lovely image, persuading me to find beauty in my least favourite flower: in my opinion, it tries too hard to be perfectly spectacular, but that may be the fault of those who try to improve on nature by selective breeding.

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    1. We went to the Garden Show at Hampton court ..I just couldn’t believe the amount of new varieties there were

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  3. That’s stunning – a lovely flower beautifully photographed!

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    1. Thank you Sarah, I just love how the colours compliment each other.

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  4. Wonderful composition on this dahlia 😀

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    1. Thank h you Cee xx

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    1. You are welcome …

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