The exif data does not give any clues to the type of camera you are using but, if you are able to increase the ISO to say 400, you would get one and a half F stops and increase your depth of field. john We're off to see the Lizard~~the wonderful (sic) Lizard of Oz~~
It's very busy and the eye is attracted to the blurry blob of the main flower. The focus is indecisive and background too busy, so we're not sure what we're meant to be looking at. I don't think it helps that you haven't resized before uploading. Try cropping some to let us see what you're interested in. Janhttp://janpudney.net/ http://jaypea.redbubble.com/
Thanks for your honest review desertpea. The subject that I was interested in was the Flower. It was after I took the photograph that I noticed the Aphids and Ladybird (hence the name). I have now cropped the image.It's the Photographer that takes the Photo not the Camera.