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Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by tpe, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. tpe

    tpe TPF Noob!

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    Girlfrined, husband, mistress, sweetheard, mother in-law (yeah right) man in your life or whome ever else it should be... I am not used to this kind of subject so it is a bit of a non macro but still macro change for me.




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    Hope they are not too (sickley) sweet, must get back to bugs and leeches soon :)

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    I really like #2, and the DOF in 6 is interesting to say the least. I'm assuming those flowers grow radially from the stem which is why multiple sections are in focus.
     
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    I think you are right, it is a tree, what sort i do not know, but the bark looks like a birch and the flower bearing twigs appear to be almost radial around the upright branches. The flowers are only a couple of mm across though :).

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    All nice shots!

    I especially like the DOF in #2, and #5 the best.
     
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    I like them all! Especially 9, 7, 6, 3, and 2 Awesome work!
     
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    #6 is my favorite. The DOF in that is what makes it really intriguing.
     

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