Morning Dew and Lunchtime in the Hazelbush

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Studies in green :biggrin:

    Morning Dew:

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    Lunchtime in the Hazelbush 1:

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    Lunchtime in the Hazelbush 2 or Upstairs-Downstairs:

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    Maybe you like them?
     
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    Great pictures! I especially like the first one and the way you only put the waterdropplet part of the leave in focus...
     
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    Fantastic color Lafoto ! Love the comp in #1.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks, you two.
    What fascinated about the second photo here was that I was aiming at the big bug, which was the only feeding creature I could see at the time of taking the pic, only to discover that two more fed from that poor leaf at the same time, the green one dangling in a precarious manner from its lower ridge.
     
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    I don't know what is it with you and GREEN ??

    I also like number one but the little ladybird in number 3 reminds me of when I was little and there was a mass invasion of Ladybirds on the Southcoast of the UK. I was on holiday at the time and the sand just turned red with ladybirds, millions of them :lol:
     
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    I like them alot!:) Great color! I love the minimal, simple composition of the first, good eye.
     
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    Wonderful!
     

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