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  1. #811
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeK
    do they all have to be macros? well here are some flowers you won't find in a garden. Actually you have to walk pretty far to see these, at least a day or two.
    I totally agree MikeK - it's nice to see the macros - but I really love also to see the flowers in their natural environment - or even, slightly less naturally, in gardens! Appologies if I have posted this before - I don't think I did - it's fairly recent - it's my ever changing and developing rockgarden area in the back garden backing onto the garage.
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  2. #812
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    Insect and Flower

    Caught this on one a recent hiking trip.

    pbt1234
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  3. #813
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    Lookie lookie....


  4. #814
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    Just a simple yellow flower from the local Wildflower preserve.
    "The real world begins right outside our doors --the world of nature, with remarkable beauty and diversity for all of us to discover." Kenn Kaufman

  5. #815
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    scatamousche, good drop shots of an Iris. I think I like the first one best.

    Geoff, nice rock garden. I like the artistic enhancement you stuck in there!

    pbt1234 and sbnr, those are good bug catches. An insect on a flower always adds a nice touch. sbnr, you caught the light just right.

    Sam, I like your buttercup, it sort of glows against the background.

    And speaking of glowing, here is my contribution for the day: grasses glowing in the evening sun.
    Gerard Stafleu
    Gallery at http://www.flickr.com/photos/gstafleu

  6. #816
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    gstafleu, all i can say is wow, that has to be a framer, if i ever saw one. most impressive. great work. here is my new one, hope you like.
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  7. #817
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    The beetle's back!

    It's amazing where creatures find a home. I was actually taking a shot of the Hebe flower.
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  8. #818
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    Some flowers from the café at Kronhusen, Gothenburg:





    For some reason, the flowers in first picture look a bit blurry when the picture has had its size decreased so much... in the original, however, they are nice and sharp

  9. #819
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  10. #820
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    Mum's6

    amj07 - I like the wider view here of your flowers.
    jeff31 - did you process that one much?? looks great either way.
    Here's mine for today: -
    If I was trying to impress I would have seperated these two and enlarged the one on the right as it is much sharper - just goes to show how shallow the depth of field can be when you combine macro with telephoto.
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
    Sigma 70-300APO, Tokina 100 AT-X Pro D.
    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

    http://geof777.multiply.com

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