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You may want to post on the nature forum.
I thought this was the nature forum??
The first two suffer from not have a focal point. The last has one in the flowers in the middle. Placing the flowers elsewhere in the frame or cropping them differently might improve the image. Check out "Rule of thirds". Also, the reds here are over saturated and you have lost detail there. Hope this helps provides some thoughts to work on. - Paul
I personally prefer having the subject matter in the middle, and for that reason I avoid the rule of thirds... to me it's constricting and screams technique. But you say tomato and I say tomahto, and there's room for both viewpoints, no?
Point well taken about the oversaturation... I've just recently begun working with Canon's DPP processor, and I'm still learning how much color my images do and do not need with that particular processor. I'll tone it down a bit in the future.
Thank you for your comments... I appreciate it.