Loyce McKenzie, Mississippi

Sometimes the simplest questions are the hardest to answer…

March 17, 2009

Categories: Daffodil Types, Historics

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One way I’m celebrating St.Patrick’s Day is looking at Kirby’s grey-card ‘Mesa Verde’ and anticipating
all the great green flowers we’re going to see in Murphys next March.

I just had a question passed on to me by Laura Lee Ticknor, who is helping someone with some historic
daffodil research.
She asked Laura Lee: “What makes a good daffodil photograph?”

Simple? And terribly difficult to answer, especially briefly.

What do all of you think?

Loyce McKenzie

2 responses to “Sometimes the simplest questions are the hardest to answer…”

  1. Donna Dietsch says:
    For the technical aspects of photography, I would ask Kirby Fong.  For the artistic aspects, I would ask Bob Darling.  Whatever each of them say, I think it would be the right answer.
  2. Chriss Rainey says:
    I save SOME of the photos that are posted to daffnet. 
    The ones I save are properly clocked.  The ones that aren’t make me want to reach in the picture and fix them.