Business as Usual

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by abraxas, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No spring here this year- too little rain;

    From the junk box;
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    love it, like the colours and the wildlife
     
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    Thanks, I tried your (sans:whoever :) ) gaussian-dream blur technique again. You kinda started something here.
     
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    Neat! Great colours and very nice composition. I really like the little bee in the center. Were you standing directly overhead these?
     
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    wow... you knwo, it is something different to what we see usually... usually it is a bee from left or its right side not exactly from above! cool :D
     
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    I used my old Nikon 990 for this shot. The lense swivels and let me shoot from directly above with without getting my shadow in the shot...

    The 990 is still good for a different POV, I have some shots of a tarantula from a tarantula's-eye point of view about an inch and a half above the ground.

    & thanks.
     

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