Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by bburton, Feb 9, 2006.
A bush alive with Magnolia blossoms warms the heart on a chilly winter day.
Awww, it warms my heart, too. Magnolia blossoms are still many months away from us. Magnolia trees are among the most beautiful trees I can think of when they bloom. Good focus, nicely crisp blossom in the foreground. Reminds me of one of my very first photos taken when my SLR was brand-new back in 1998 - that one is a mangnolia blossom, too, and is one of my own all-time favourites. Do you want me to share? I might show you...
Wonderful crisp clean colors.
Please do. I never mind people posting similar pictures in a thread I've initiated. We all learn more thereby, I believe.
Thank you :goodvibe:!!!
Like I was saying, I took this one when the first SLR I ever owned (had by then taken photos with my husband's ancient old SLR) had only just come into my life in spring of 1999. I doubt I'll be able to capture another magnolia blossom this good ever again (it is on my wall in 30 x 45 cm ). Here you are:
(Scan from print with my old scanner --- cough-cough... looks like this is a good time to rescan it :blushing: )
Edit: Re-scan added --- and only now do I realise how much my new scanner that I have always taken for "the better scanner" softens my prints in the scanning process :shock: )
those are both fantastic images! very pretty... Corinna, i would think neatimage would clean that right up...
Let me try the re-scan with my new scanner first... (the print is pin-sharp, I can tell from the enlargement).
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