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Texas Wildflowers are Popping Up
Lens: Pentax DA 35 Macro Limited Camera: Pentax K3 Photo Location: Fayette County ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/200s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: sherrvonne, 03-21-2014, 09:45 PM

Nemophila, Baby Blue Eyes

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Nice shots, the bug shots are very sharp.
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Nice shots. Love the colors. Second to last bug is my favorite.
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Good shots - how did you take the third shot?

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What a nice series - color, composition and detail. You can't beat that.

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Good shots - how did you take the third shot?
The dried flower head had fallen away from the plant and was hanging on by an extremely thin plant fiber that was thinner and harder to see than a web strand. Even the macro lens did not show up the fiber strand, it is only barely visible full screen on pc monitor. When the wind would blow the dried flower heads would dance around on the end of their invisible tethers, it was interesting to watch.
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Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! Love the depth of field in the 2nd. Lovely colours and compositions. (Minus 23 here this morning, so depressing but your photos remind me warmth is on the way).
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QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
The dried flower head had fallen away from the plant and was hanging on by an extremely thin plant fiber that was thinner and harder to see than a web strand. Even the macro lens did not show up the fiber strand, it is only barely visible full screen on pc monitor. When the wind would blow the dried flower heads would dance around on the end of their invisible tethers, it was interesting to watch.
That was a good catch and a beautiful shot!

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These are really good! Love the second one especially. That DA 35 mm is such a good lens, it's the one I'd choose if I had to pick one to take on a trip.
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