after the flowers

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  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Playing with the new extension tubes and the 70-200.

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    Holy photobug batman!

    Colors are lovely especially in the first one! Theyre all pretty sharp, and the dof is on point! Well done mate :D
     
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    So sharp I can see spider webs on a few of them. Nice.

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    I just love the dof!

    Well done! :)
     
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    Refreshing flower shots. Good title. Like all of them. The one I appreaciate the most is your first shot. In most flower shots, the flower has bright colors and little for the background, in your picture it's reversed, very nice. It's the kind of flower shot I would hang.
     
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    Thanks for the comments guys, I wasn't sure how well dead twigs were gonna fly. :)
     
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    Really like the third one...the colors work well together.
     

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