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Mountain Lupine
Posted By: gjtoth, 05-23-2013, 01:12 PM


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05-23-2013, 08:40 PM   #2
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And again.
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And again.
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Wow, great technique, I really like this one a lot.

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Beautifully captured.
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Wow, great technique, I really like this one a lot.
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Beautifully captured.
Thanks very much. The mountain lupine is a gorgeous flower. I sure wished they bloomed more than one a year!
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Wow! Lovely shot of a hard to photograph plant. Mine are purple and pink, and just poking their leafy noses through the soil.
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The dark background really sets it off. Nice.

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Wow! Lovely shot of a hard to photograph plant. Mine are purple and pink, and just poking their leafy noses through the soil.
Indeed, it is a difficult plant to photograph. I must have shot 25 frames with different light and plant angles. This one worked.

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The dark background really sets it off. Nice.
Thanks very much!
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