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  1. #1111
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    Great shots everyone - what a thread this has turned out to be - and all in a few months. WOW.

    Here is a wet dahlia - Canon A80.

    regards
    Wombat
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  2. #1112
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    Amazing shot Wombat !

  3. #1113
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    They just keep on coming - great Dahlia shot Wonbat!
    jeff - another wonderful pic
    I took a handfull while out & about - here's one of my Mum's weeds
    Like the white one I posted a month or so back - but this one purple..
    (or whatever shade you wish to call it!)
    Apart from the rain, and the drops - it was the way it almost has it's own
    light source coming from the centre that caught my attention.

    A-200 - as usual struggling with the low light - 100 ISO/ASA - F5.6 & 1/15th sec
    200mm (so anti shake working hard here!!)
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  4. #1114
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    We called these 'Snap-dragons' as kids
    Couldn't bring myself to tamper with this so I have just cropped the edges as it was landscape, resized it and posted.
    ISO - 100, F5.6, 1 60th sec AS ...A-200
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  5. #1115
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    Hey everyone. This was taken in my mom's garden. I'm not sure what type of flower it is. Taken in the Macro Mode of my simple Pentax Optio S4 point and shoot! (CAN'T WAIT to get my FZ30!!)


  6. #1116
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    Quote Originally Posted by bklassen
    Hey everyone. This was taken in my mom's garden. I'm not sure what type of flower it is. Taken in the Macro Mode of my simple Pentax Optio S4 point and shoot! (CAN'T WAIT to get my FZ30!!)
    bklassen ~ If that's what you are taking with a P&S - we can't wait for you to get your FZ30 either. Great shot!
    Here's my FOTD - I think these are called 'Pinks' like small carnations...
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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  7. #1117
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    My contribution of flowers

    Taken with Samsung i5. Not much reviews on this camera but supposed to take macro shots at 1cm. Aperture at f3.5 as the largest. hmm .. oh well anyways here it is.

    arvind sachdev,
    chiang mai, thailand
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  8. #1118
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    I really enjoy the quality of the pics everyone posts.
    Here is a tulip I captured.
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    Sony DSC-P200
    Maybe I should change my name to
    An Amature Nomad!

  9. #1119
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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Val - how did you get your black background??
    Lovely shot however you achieved it!! (Shame you can't attach the smell!!)

    - I cheated!! ~ Good old Serif, cropped, drew around the flower, inverted and changed the colour of the background .. Not really my usual style - but fun! (Took a little time though!!)
    This one was A-200 originally
    Afraid it was a cheat too Geoff - similar to your serif but painted in background....

    Here is an unusual plant - found it in the butterfly house at longleat not sure what it is..............but thought you might like

    Val

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  10. #1120
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    Quote Originally Posted by val123
    Afraid it was a cheat too Geoff - similar to your serif but painted in background....

    Here is an unusual plant - found it in the butterfly house at longleat not sure what it is..............but thought you might like
    Val that really is unusual - almost like it's alien!
    Yes you are right - I do like it!! It's nicely photoagraphed, if I may say, as well.
    well - after later tonight - I won't be on here for a week as I am off on Holiday to La Rochel in France, with my little family (not so little! Kids 13 and nearly 11) . I shall take both cameras - but I will keep hold of the A-200!!
    Hopefully I will pick up a selection of postable shots - I tend to 'record' the holiday with my camera - I try to photograph in a way that I hope will best rekindle the memory. But I will bear this site in mind at the same time.
    Meanwhile - a patch in my front garden - including those Mauve flowers I posted a while back - the little blue flowers are quite hard to get - especially in the wind!!!
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    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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