The Desert

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  1. JTHphoto

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    A few shots taken about 10 minutes north of my house.

    1) Macro, Saguaro Cactus
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    2) Same Saguaro
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    3) Cholla Cactus
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    4) Cholla/Monsoon Sky
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    5) Monsoon Storm
    I was trying to get some killer lightning shots, but found killer mosquitos instead :irked: so only got this one shot
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    6) Barrel Cactus in Bloom - this thread needed at least some color :mrgreen:
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    Love the second shot, very cool. I would love to spend a week there.

    Eric
     
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    they're all great, but that second one is really really great.
     
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    nice work
     
  5. JonK

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    some great shots here!
    Love the rows of spikes in the second one. The third one could use a bit of work on exposure and contrast levels. Think the sky would really pop well with a bit of work.

    Love the feeling in #5 just feel the FG is bit dark.
    love the perspective on the barrel cactus; good DOF.
    Nice work :thumbup:
     
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    Yes, #1 ,2 and 6 are really nice and I like how you broke the line up. LOL on #5, dam mosquitos ruin everything.
     
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    nice shots..agree with JonK on most of the techinical bits..
    #2 is my fave of the lot :)
    thanks for sharing :)
     
  8. JTHphoto

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    Thanks everybody! I appreciate all your comments especially the more critical ones. I pretty much agree with you on everything. I spent a little more time on the first two and like them more, that's why they're at the top. ;)

    Actually these all look lighter to me on my work computer, i'll have to adjust my monitor at home. Thanks again!
     
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    the clouds in the darkness are always the greatest, that never fails ;)
     
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    the first two are very cool! Great work :thumbsup:
     
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    Ouch...that first one could hurt. Love these shots, especially the first two. Well done
     
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    Great shots. I love cacti ... you always find new details or patterns .. as you did in your pictures. Very well done.
     

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