There is a setting on the camera for leaf I assume to bring the green out I can't remember and looking at a disc on the computer can't replace a book. I must print some off for quick reference.
Clearly the above is with the leaf setting when I first took them I liked them but now I don't think I do. I soon stopped using it at Hampton court as in the marquees everything was yellowy green.
Somewhere between the two would suit me . What do you think?
Taken on different days I liked the above and I think that was with leaf setting.
This is Rouge Cardinal and I didn't realise I'd done the same thing twice from different days but couldn't decide which I liked best so as I'd loaded onto blogger I let them stay.
Nelly Moser below is a late flower and with the leaf setting but she hasn't much stripe I think that was bleached by the sun not the camera because the stamens are a good colour.
Well I had to get Prince Charles in again, you can't really ignore him he is so lofty.
This was my last acquisition Marmori and I have just had to dash out and water her as I had forgotten she was a bit wilty. They do need cossetting the first year or two until their roots get well established. Like most plants.A wet day with leaf and a dry day below without leaf settings. what do you think?
Sorry I should have introduced you all these three are Perle D'azur a very vigorous clematis which is pruned hard 3.