Blue Diner

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  1. SpaceNut

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    Haven't posted in awhile. But I was out in one of our local parks taking pictures of flowers, etc. I saw this little fella having lunch on a blue wildflower (I'm not sure what species it is). There was a little breeze and I had a hard time capturing this flower and insect. C/C welcome and thanks for looking.

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    These are pretty awesome!

    I dunno if I like #1 or #3 better.

    Great work! Thanks!
     
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    Beautiful! I like #3 the best :)
     
  4. SpaceNut

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    Thanks for the comments, I appreciate them.
     
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    nice, but i'd up the contrast and saturation a bit. an unsharp mask wouldn't do any harm either. just a thought.
     
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    #3 looks great;)
     
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    Thanks for the comment, motorshooter. And thanks, Ernie, for the suggestions, however, I did use the "unsharp mask" for all 3 photos. Thanks, again!
     

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