tulips

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  1. spiffybeth

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    c/c please!
     
  2. astrostu

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    Might just be me, but I don't easily recognize those as tulips. Interesting from a geometry point of view, though.
     
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    thanks astrostu
     
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    #2 could be a little more sharp but I like both of them.
     
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    I like these angles and the effect you have in these. I would agree though that the sharpness is letting you down a bit, as is the depth of field. I would be tempted to boost depth of field (lower f number) though a good sharp shot with a fine depth on the stoma might work very well
     

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