Sub tropical pond

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  1. Scurra

    Scurra TPF Noob!

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    Hey all,

    This is a pic I took while at a bed and breakfast in Epping forest, the breakfast area was enclosed within a sub tropical garden, so being the middle of summer I naturally took advantage:

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    Taken with my 105mm Sigma Macro.

    C&C welcome.
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    gorgous DOF!
     
  3. Scurra

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    thanks, I wasn't sure whether the leaves accross the front were too distracting so I have another without, I can post if people like...
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    the leaves are a bit distracting but I am amazed by the DOF! perfect here!
     
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    I agree the the leaves across the front are a little distracting, but overall what a lovely shot :D
     
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    I also agree with the comments made about the distracting leaves. Overall it is a great shot.
     

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