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Posted By: Nitrok, 08-15-2011, 04:25 AM

Morning dew makes webs to glow beautifully.
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This is a very beautiful and successful capture. The bokeh is surprisingly busy (I would not have expected that of this lens) but I love the composition and mood.
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Wow the golden background is beautiful. That is right place right time, lovely capture.
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This is a very beautiful and successful capture. The bokeh is surprisingly busy (I would not have expected that of this lens) but I love the composition and mood.
Thanks!
Yes the lens was not wide open and there were so much these Timothy-grasses background which gives a bit busy background.

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Wow the golden background is beautiful. That is right place right time, lovely capture.
Thanks!

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Nicely done Joni. We just don't get light like that here very often. Work of Art. JIM
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THAT is a very cool shot. The backlighting really makes it.
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The nervousness of the boken is a little odd, but does not spoil your fantastic photo. It's really great!
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Nicely done Joni. We just don't get light like that here very often. Work of Art. JIM
Thank you Jim!

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THAT is a very cool shot. The backlighting really makes it.
Thank you Lee!

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The nervousness of the boken is a little odd, but does not spoil your fantastic photo. It's really great!
Thank you luftfluss!

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I had to come back and look at this again... it's just sooooo cool!
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You really nailed it - well done.
The other day I tried a similar shot - total failure.
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You had to get up pretty early in the morning to get this beautiful shot! Congratulations and good luck!
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Looks great on your website.
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Joni - I'm always amazed how how you can transform something ordinary into something magical. Great job, my friend.

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that's going to be exemplary in my memory..... would always looking out for shots like that myself.
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As (nearly) always, a spectacular and breathtaking shot with beautiful light, Joni! The other shots of the series on your blog are oustanding as well.
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