C&C Peppers on a tree, Peppers on a stump!

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  1. CAG76

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    Ok I thought I would have some fun! I just love this stuff! Even though some of it could be silly. Well, this is art to me.

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    The tree shots do nothing for me neither does the super soft area around the outside of the pictures. I like #2 the best of the 4 images. Was it raining or is that water you added for effect?
     
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    I'm not keen on the blurring, but I love the idea and I think they're fine other than that.
    4) could be really nice, can I see it without the blurring?
     
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    Yes I will repost without the blur. I did add water to the peppers. #2 is more artistic. The tree shots would only be as if there was some kind of meaning or a story to tell. Maybe I could entitle it tree climbers! lol
     
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    Is this better?
     
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    Much better without the blur. I like the water drops, too. Nice colors.

    The backlit ones in the tree I like least, by far.
     
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    Meto!

    But where are the hot peppers, you know, the ones I like. ;)

    Keep on having fun & posting as it will likely give ideas to others.
     
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    Yeah the tree ones I will say are very different. I am an artist/graphic designer/illustrator so maybe it's that in me that causes me to think outside the box and do some fun and funny things with my photography. Some may like it and some more than likely may not. :) This kind of reminds me of something I have seen were there is a really beautiful great field of grass and right in the middle of nowhere is maybe a red chair just sitting there.

    Hey Ron! My boss grows some kind of peppers in her garden that she thinks are pretty. So it wouldn't be a bad idea for me to find what kind of peppers those are and snap some shots!
     
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    Nice ones . Unblurred #2 is my fave. :)
     
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    What would really be cool is if you positioned them as if they were growing out of the tree.. You know-a pepper tree..

    Peppers are fun to photograph because of their beautiful, vibrant colors.
     
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    I agree! That's why I thought this morning about getting some peppers. Now that's a good artistic idea! To make them look like they are growing from a tree! hmmmmm :) That would actually have more purpose that what I took here!
     
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    They make me crave fajitas. *drool*
     

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