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Posted By: wyndstryder, 06-20-2013, 09:18 AM

I gave myself a 10 by 10 foot area in a meadow to capture all that I could and these were the top five.
It's quite amazing what we can find when we not just limit ourselves but also lay down and take it all in.
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Fantastic! Seriously good stuff and a style and approach I highly recommend and love... look at those results. Wow... great bokeh, nice compositions. I just did a similar exercise and will post some shots later. Not nearly as nice as yours. TFS!
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The light in all these is amazing!!! Love these.
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I have to agree with Tess, really good series. I love your perspective. There is summer all over it. Enjoyed!

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What an amazingly great idea. Your results are fantastic. Thanks for both the idea and the output.
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Great shots. Nice colors. I like your style.
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Fantastic stuff.....
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Great idea and great series! Very, very well done!!

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Beautiful! Simple but soooo effective. Love them!
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Nicely done!

There was an exercise mentioned in a Freeman Patterson book where he would toss a hula-hoop into a field for each student in his class and they could only photograph what was inside the hoop. A great way to stretch your creative muscles as you've shown here.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tessfully Quote
Fantastic! Seriously good stuff and a style and approach I highly recommend and love... look at those results. Wow... great bokeh, nice compositions. I just did a similar exercise and will post some shots later. Not nearly as nice as yours. TFS!
Thanks so much, Tess! Can't wait to see the results of the exercise!
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These are great images, you ought to try and sell them to Microsoft for their next set of screen savers.
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I can only repeat what everyone else has stated: a great idea and a wonderful series of images.

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