Spear Undone

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  1. Jaemie

    Jaemie No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    A spear unraveling, becoming irrelevant. Peace.

    Comments, criticisms?



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    Nice technique and light.
     
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    Wow really fantastic idea looking so beautiful image. Thanks for sharing !!
     
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    Jaemie No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thank you, Rotinamod and Cpi2011.
     
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    PixelRabbit A naughty little bunny...

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    Nice shot Jaemie :)
     
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    Nice tones and dof, I like it.
     
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    This is taken with the Canon EFS 18-55 "kit" lens. It's my only lens. At some point I plan to upgrade to a better system - a Pentax K-5.

    I wonder what lenses people recommend for this kind of work?
     

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