It's actually a damselfly, as indicated by wings touching one another (as opposed to spread out) when at rest. Great shots, though!
this is one of the first shots i've seen with a major portion of the ocean included, and the ocean is entirely irrelevant. i knew it was an...
Very cute pooch. If (s)he's cooperative enough to do it again, try playing around with the DoF a bit. It would be cool to see the nose or eyes...
??? looks like a blooper to me, honestly
i think the sign in the middle takes a great deal away from this. it's not blurry enough to be surely insignificant, but not clear enough to be...
wonderful! the last one is my favorite. i could stare at the sky all day
it's a little busy for me. i dont know exactly what i'm looking at/for here, and my eyes arent exactly directed anywhere. it has potential, though
i imagine they would be a pretty penny-- especially if you wanted to use it at high speeds. thats a serious scope
i would have zoomed in a little bit more to shorten the depth of field, but that's just macro loving me. great shot
oooo i like all of them! the last one is my favorite. i'd use it for xmas cards!
i love the d40 i hope you do too!
the last one is my favorite! you're doing well. keep it up!
i love number 6. it's frame is so great. cute pictures of the kid too!
keep at it. you sound like you're on the right path!
it might be nice to see more of the subject in detail. is this about her or where she is?
i dont like the bit thats illuminated at the bottom..
i wouldnt worry about her, anyway
they are posted in order of how much i like them. the first being my favorite. there are some cool patterns in the snow on the bench in number...
i LOVE number 2 and don't understand number 3 :P
oo i like the composition of these shots very much! do you have a polarizing lens? Though i don't know the best way to go about it, the sky...
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