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A very pretty subject.
Lens: Nikon 28~105mm D Lens Camera: Nikon D70 Photo Location: Sherwood, Oregon ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: Tonytee, 02-09-2016, 12:12 AM

Had some fun shooting today as we caught a big break in the awful weather we have been having. Please enjoy and thanks so much for looking.

Adios,

Tony

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Here is another photo of a very pretty subject. I say that, because I have no idea of what it is. I thought this composition was appropriate given the size of the subject. Leaving it wide on the right appears to be proportional. Please enjoy and thank you for looking. Also as you can see, I left the other colors in because to me they seem to enhance the entire scene.

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Nice fully detailed colourful shots.
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Nice fully detailed colourful shots.
Well sir, I thank you very much for your kind words.

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QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
Nice fully detailed colourful shots.

I concur with eaglem's comments. Love the sharpness.
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The red is perfect captured and both are very sharp.
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I concur with eaglem's comments. Love the sharpness.
Mr. Dewman, I thank you for your kind words.

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The red is perfect captured and both are very sharp.
Ms. Susan, I thank you kindly for your encouraging commentary.

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Love the deep red and the color contrast with the green...mighty fine shot!

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Love the deep red and the color contrast with the green...mighty fine shot!
Thank you Mr. Gotzy. Your comment is very much appreciated.

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Rich colors and nice detail - seeing these is a good way to start my morning.

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Rich colors and nice detail - seeing these is a good way to start my morning.

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Mr. Sailor I thank you very much for your comment. While studying this photo of the yellow flower, I see I still have issues with framing. I believe with the Nikon D70, I am not getting everything I see through the viewfinder. I think it is about 87%, but I will check on it. I do know that it is not close to being %100.

Rgds,

Tony
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